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Linux Supported Motherboard w/ Built in Sound

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I need a Linux supported Motherboard (PII ~233) with built in sound.  The sound _must_ be high quality, and must be built into the board (the board will be going into a home-cd player case and there will be no room to install a real, full height sound card.  Also, you can see why sound is so important. The sound-out jacks will be connected to a normal stereo amp and then out to speakers.) I have searched high and low and am unable to find a motherboard that fits this criteria.  HELP!!!  Thanks!
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cleikis earned 200 total points
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Have you checked VA Research. They are the premiere vendor for Linux-compatible hardware. I'm sure someone there could hook you up with what you need. http://www.varesearch.com or 1-800-LINUX-4U
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Thank you very much!
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