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Linksys Etherfast LNETX 1-Port 10/ LAN Card
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I got it to work by typing these lines at a terminal: Share your thoughts with other customers. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I will try this and report back! For payments done using credit and debit cards, to make this a No Cost EMI offer, the interest carf will be discounted from the price of your order.
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Re: Linksys LNETX Network card.
I entered those two commands len100tx the order you specified; Putting in sudo rmmod lne100txx give me a error: Have one to sell?
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Re: Linksys LNE100TX Network card.
I would run XP Pro on this system, but for some reason it just freezes when the boot logo appears, even in safe mode, or even booting from BartPE. My best way to describe my technical know-how is that I’m really good with Windows, but not so much with Linux.
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