Tony Langdon tlangdon at atctraining.com.au
Thu Oct 31 16:00:40 EST 2002

> ok another dumb question, but i am sure non mac users would 
> be curious about
> this, i know windows has a auto detect hardware, and diff 
> flavors of linux
> have similar probeing abilities, if i put in a richo pcmcia 
> -pci card in it
> will it say someing like "warning will robinson that card isnt mac
> compatible you should go invest another 200$" or will it just 
> sit there
> untill i install drivers?

Umm, have you tried this?  Guess I'm a bit more daring in that as long as
the hardware's electrically compatible, I'll try plugging it in and seeing
what happens. :)

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