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D-link DFE-530TX?

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I new have a D-link DFE-530TX NIC.
Can I install it at my RedHat 5.1?
If so, how

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Oh, my kernel 2.0.34

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Yes, it is.  However it is probably not built in to the kernel source that you have.

You can find more information at http://cesdis.gsfc.nasa.gov/linux/drivers/test/via-rhine.c

You may need to contact the author of the driver (Donald Becker), his email address is available through the link.
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I have try that, but can work.
And then someone told me upgrade to 2.0.36. It work.
I rebuild kernel and find it seem use the same driver as you say.
Anyway, thanks

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