Re: Could this be a sign of break-in
From: Tim Haynes (usenet-20031203_at_stirfried.vegetable.org.uk)
Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 09:35:44 +0000
Phil Boutros <email@example.com> writes:
> Newsbox <newsbox@MAPS_ON_customers-of-adelphia.org> wrote:
>> I haven't encountered anything of this type. But if you or others can
>> give me references, I will take it to the manufacturer for credits.
> Like Tim said, that is usually the issue with this particular
> card. A google search will yield many, many results with people
> having this particular issue with this particular card.
> And, since you've now found out you have a different card,
> with a different chipset altogether, it makes it a moot point!
> One thing's for sure, I would never recommend a D-Link
> DFE-530TX to someone running linux.
Actually, what I didn't say was, as a result of my protests about the
530TX, I spent a couple of days running benchmarks (in a previous life, so
results unavailable), comparing
530TX (which also comes in A/B1/B2/C revisions)
and that was basically the increasing order of preference as well :)
Really, there wasn't that much difference in desirability between the
straight 530tx and the +.
However, with the benchmarks and the cards inaccessible, we're getting too
close to the realms of fantasy for my liking.
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