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COMPEX RL100 with Linux

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I want to install COMPEX ReadyLink 100(on 100baseVG mode) on my Linux box with already have NE2000 installed. But, I can't find any driver to support it,
                  my linux kernel is 2.0.12
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For have the support updated for the lastest ethernet card
you need the last kernel (currently 2.0.29)
and some options in lilo configuration or loadlin startup
(it depend what you have)
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