[Fwd: Adaptec Quartet64]

Camille Rizko camille@doremilabs.com
Tue Mar 2 12:37:41 1999

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Dear Sir,
   Adaptec has a card called Quartet64. It is a 4 100BT ethernet port
NIC. Last year, they used to have a card called the Cogent that had 4
Tulip chips. Is this the same card ?. I looked at their web site, They
say that the card has 4 AIC6915 LAN controllers. If this card does not
have a Tulip chip, do you know if a Linux driver is available for it ?

Best regards,