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I need Linux drivers for a Diamond Stealth 2 G460 (based on the intel i740 chipset)

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I need Linux drivers for a Diamond Stealth 2 G460 (based on the intel i740 chipset)

I've been looking for a LONG time, and can't seem to locate them anywhere, so PLEASE if you know where I can get them, REPLY.
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This looks like what you need. I haven't used this chip myself so I can't vouch for the drivers but your card is listed as tested. Get the readme file for instructions.

ftp://ftp.precisioninsight.com/pub/precisio/XBF
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Thanks!
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Hey you and I are in the exactly same boat! I couldn't believe Someone else out there is ALSO trying to use the Diamond Stealth II 460G AGP card. If you've tried the ftp site did that one work? I saw another FTP site which was ftp://ftp.redhat.com/XBF, but that (obviously) assumes you're using the Red Had Linux distribution. If at all I'd be greatful if you could mention your success with gettin' that to work. Thanks a bunch! You could e-mail me at gandalf319@hotmail.com
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