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I've got an Acer Extensa 500T notebook running Red Hat Linux 5.2 and I'll be buying a 3com Megahertz 10/100 LAN CardBus PC Card soon. I'll be connecting to the LAN over here in my college. What I wanted to ask was can this card be supported by RH5.2 and how do I configure it? I've checked the card's web page but there is nothing mentioned about linux under the Software Drivers specifications.  
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Should be supported.
For further info check
http://hyper.stanford.edu/~dhinds/pcmcia/pcmcia.html
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