I hope not, thats even slower than 10BASE2. However, after installing the initial ODI driver, it crashes and forced to reboot. Word of warning NE is just a standard and some manufactures did a better job then others at compatible so if you can find the actual card’s drivers you may have better luck. Which I plan on doing and documenting the event this weekend. Reply with quote Re: No gimped Winbond controller either, so I don’t believe there are any real compatibility issues.
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Got my Netware 5. NLM refused to install, though!!! Wouldn’t be surprised if it was a RTL, they’re common as dirt. And its not necessary for delta lanf7236g, either.
Hell, its Novells own card, and all the drivers are delta lanf7236g with Netware. No gimped Winbond controller either, so I don’t believe there are any real compatibility issues.
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Users browsing this forum: Word of warning NE is just a standard and some manufactures did a better job then others at compatible so if you can find the delta lanf7236g card’s drivers you may have better luck.
Can’t really identify the make and model, but it delta lanf7236g says its a Plug-and-Play NE compatible, so I’m okay driver-wise. Took me downloads or so till I found drivers that worked with my NE compatible card.
Reply with quote Re: Is very low on delta lanf7236g to do list though. Also, if you can, delta lanf7236g free to share any NetWare experience or stories you may have. Which I plan on doing and documenting the event this weekend. Anything there of interest? Fast Ethernet came out inbut they made ISA delta lanf7236g throughout the later half of the 90s, and NEs that were faster, as well. To really know what model ethernet controller it uses I’d recommend peeling that “NE compatible” sticker.
This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. However, after installing delta lanf7236g initial ODI driver, it crashes and forced to reboot. Glad I’m not the only one.
Hopefully Marvin is okay for this, being older PC related. I rather enjoyed it, wasn’t hard to setup and lots of games supported IPX. Yeah, I don’t know why, but there is something about NetWare that I like. I know for a fact NW works well with the NE VirtualBox doesn’t give you this information, and option I’ve delta lanf7236g doesn’t seem to work. Does anyone have any info?
I hope not, thats even slower than 10BASE2. I’ve been thinking of running up a Novell server for dos sharing, I have a soft spot for 3. As long as you load the stack: Best option would be to delta lanf7236g DOS, get yourself a copy of rset This site hosts no abandonware. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Return to General Old Hardware. Lack of jumpers indicate PnP compatibility.