BW: Intel Announces New Linux Driver for 10/100 Mbps Network AdaptersMar 16, 2000, 01:15 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Intel Corporation... today announced the availability of a Linux driver for the Intel PRO/100 adapter family and LAN on motherboard product line."
"The new Linux driver brings Intel reliability and performance to Linux-based Internet and Intranet Web servers, databases, and e-mail servers."
"The new 10/100 Mbps Linux driver is the latest advancement in Intel's comprehensive Gigabit and Fast Ethernet product line for customers who use Linux as their primary operating system. In October of last year, Intel announced the industry's first Gigabit Linux driver from a hardware vendor."
"The new driver, which uses Intel SingleDriver technology, allows users to simplify the management of personal computers and servers. The Intel 10/100 Mbps Linux driver is an open source software driver that allows developers to customize the driver to meet their individual company needs. The Intel 10/100 Mbps Linux driver is supported by Intel's existing server and desktop LAN solutions, including Intel PRO/100 adapter and Intel 82558 and Intel 82559 LOM adapters."
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