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real hardware and ethernet cards

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: real hardware and ethernet cards
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 23:32:05 +0100
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I installed GNU Hurd Debian on a "real" i386 hardware, a ThinkPad with
Pentium III.
Things do work, which is nice! But I have an issue, no network hardware.
The laptop has no integrated ethernet port - only slots where I have
both a wired and an wifi card which have working drivers under linux and
NetBSD. So "common stuff".

No help with Hurd - I installed the linux driver package.

One question: is the issue because the cards are behind PCMCIA/CardBus
and we don't support that?
Essentially no "laptop" support then (albeit a little bit vintage, amd64
uses newer expansion slots, but we don't support 64 bit...)


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