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Linux cannot detect my dfe-690txd

I am runnin linux 2.2.14-15 and linux canot find card.
how do i get linux to see and configure my card

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Re: linux cannot detect my dfe-690txd

Please reinstall your card
on the web of linux

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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