Delock 89358 (PCIe, 2xGigabit, Low Profile)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The PCI-Express network card 89358 from Delock provides two Gigabit Ethernet connections. The card is fully supported under Linux since Linux kernel version 3.4 according to the manufacturer’s information. The card hasa low profile format and is shipped with a second cover plate in low profile dimensions.
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creation date: 04/10/2013, last update: 04/10/2013 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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