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Old 10th November 2004, 08:07 AM
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Fedora Core 2 + Intel 915 Chipset w/ RHE Drivers?

I've recently acquired an Intel motherboard (D915GEV) w/ the 915 chipset. For this chipset/board, I notice that Intel does not have video, audio or LAN drivers for Fedora, although they do have drivers for RH Enterprise.

Could those RHE drivers work possibly for Fedora, or are the two so different that the RHE drivers simply wouldn't work? Would drivers for some other distribution's 2.6.x kernel Linux work?

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Old 10th November 2004, 08:18 AM
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Most hardware do work with fedora core 2 and as long it has linux support it will work under any distribution. You can check here: www.linuxhardware.net
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