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December 29, 2004 12:19:53 AM

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If so, then how is it under Linux (Debian; Kernel 2.6.8) and MacOS X
10.2.8 beside Windows? I heard there is Linux driver, but no MacOS X
drivers. Any complaints (e.g., known issues) about it?

Thank you in advance. :) 
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December 29, 2004 8:19:04 AM

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Ant wrote:

> If so, then how is it under Linux (Debian; Kernel 2.6.8) and MacOS X
> 10.2.8 beside Windows? I heard there is Linux driver, but no MacOS X
> drivers. Any complaints (e.g., known issues) about it?
>
> Thank you in advance. :) 

Since your question is about a device's performance in Linux and OSX,
you'd have a better chance of getting a good answer in Linux and Mac
newsgroups. You've posted to quite a few Windows groups, but your
question isn't really about the card's performance under that operating
system.

Malke
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December 29, 2004 11:03:44 AM

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Whoops! I pasted the wrong one in the wrong newsgroup. My apology.

I was going to ask how it was in Windows. DOH!


On 12/29/2004 5:19 AM PT, Malke wrote:


> Ant wrote:
>
>
>>If so, then how is it under Linux (Debian; Kernel 2.6.8) and MacOS X
>>10.2.8 beside Windows? I heard there is Linux driver, but no MacOS X
>>drivers. Any complaints (e.g., known issues) about it?
>>
>>Thank you in advance. :) 
>
>
> Since your question is about a device's performance in Linux and OSX,
> you'd have a better chance of getting a good answer in Linux and Mac
> newsgroups. You've posted to quite a few Windows groups, but your
> question isn't really about the card's performance under that operating
> system.
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| |o o| | E-mail (nuke ANT if replying privately to a newsgroup
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