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Anybody know how to get a NETGEAR model FA410tx 10/100 pcmcia card to work. I am using mandrake 6.0. I have no problems getting a pcmcia modem to work but can not get the network card to be recognized.
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You need the pcnet_cs driver for that.  see:

http://www.redhat.com/support/hardware/intel/61/rh6.1-hcl-i.ld-22.html

That card is listed under supported 10/100 adapters in the second section.

Also, I think you need to have card services installed, but if you got the modem to work, you should be ok.

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Any luck.  Did that work or what?
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