usb hub & multi-card reader
Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2005 12:18:59 -0700
I want to expand my laptop a bit, but am unsure of Linux compatibility. I
want to add a usb hub and a multi-card reader. I assume the hub is not a
software issue so should run ok under Linux?
The multi-card reader I really know nothing about. I see lots of them
around for $25 or so in Superstore, but am not sure what the difference is.
Are these driver specific devices? Anyone have any luck with these devices
I am running Debian on my laptop (kernel 2.4) and will be running Mandrake
10.1 on one of my pc's and possibly Ubantu linux on another.
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