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Fedora Core 1 Driver Problem

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i'm trying to load Fedora Core 1 to play with Linux.

I'm trying to locate the driver for my integrated Intel Network Card.

http://support.intel.com/design/motherbd/rl/rl_drive.htm

This is the link to the motherboard site and there are now fedora options, will one of the red hat drivers work?

I'm new to Linux and am just not sure.

Thanks,

Patrick
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I would suggest you load Fedora Core 2 in place of Fedora Core 1. The kernel is upgraded and should support your network card.
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wesly_chen earned 500 total points
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Hi,

   From the intel website
http://support.intel.com/design/motherbd/rl/rl_drive.htm

   I think the Redhat 9.0 one is close to Fedora. You can choose to re-compile it by following the instruction in README or INSTALL notes within that gz file.

   Or like gtkfreak suggestion, install Fedora Core 2 to see there is one built-in for the NIC card.

Good luck,

Wesly
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