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Thread: Intel Pro Gigabit PCI Adapter

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    miamibob NNTP User

    Default Intel Pro Gigabit PCI Adapter

    Anyone know if an Intel Pro Desktop 10/100/1000 Gigabit PCI Network Adapter will work under 10.3? I was told, by a rep at TIGERDIRECT (online parts site), that it certainly would but my guess is folks here have more in-depth knowledge about this issue and no cause to be dishonest. Will the OS pick it up directly or do I need to go through some "un-natural" acts to get it to do so? Can you point me to a link on setting it up to get to the Internet? Many questions so thanks for your time, in advance!! Bobby

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    Default Re: Intel Pro Gigabit PCI Adapter

    Probably would, since Intel wrote the Linux driver. If by some chance the driver in 10.3 is not recent enough to handle this model you can always get the latest driver from Intel.

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