Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Feb. 21 2007,23:27
|Quote (jimbob @ Feb. 21 2007,17:04)|
|Yes, as a matter of fact I have a couple of Wal-Mart specials in my spares drawer but it bothers me to add something that is already in there and works fine with DSL-N.|
It bothers you? Okay. So you'd prefer the developers replace the current kernel with a much larger one (which would require stripping DSL of a couple MB worth of applications) because:
1. You have two more NICs that'll probably work but you won't even bother to open your computer because you already have one in it, and
2. You haven't followed hat's suggestion of trying DSL 2.1b even though it has the module you need.
Pop in another NIC or download DSL 2.1b to use the one you have in your box. Personally, I'm unwilling to trade apps for a larger kernel unless the kernel addresses a lot more than someone's refusal to address and resolve issues over which he has full control.
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