>> Hans schrieb:
>> I think you are up against quite a difficult software task. The days of
>> NE2000 compatible ethernet controllers are long gone (unless I am 
>> wrong?),
>> so your best bet is to find the Linux driver and datasheets for your
>> controller and see if you can make it work under DOS.
> For what you need NE2000 compatible? Access to network in DOS is
> fortunately not directly to hardware (like with sound) but to packet
> drivers.

but you still need a software layer between the DOS packet driver and the 
actually hardware chip on the PCI bus, right?


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