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Old 06-02-04, 03:45 AM   #1
zoom314
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Question MDK 10.0 and DFI NF2 Lanparty Ultra 400

Has anyone tried MDK 10.0 and DFI NF2 Lanparty Ultra 400 together?
I'm building a PC and would like to use Mandrake 10.0(I have the iso for the install on My hdd on another PC), The Specs are as follows:

Zoom2 Specs:

Desktop ATX Case
XP-M 2600+ cpu (2.0Ghz Mobile cpu @ 1.45vdc)
DFI NFII LP Ultra B motherboard
Nvidia IOS 1893 PHY 10/100 Nic
Realtek 8110S 10/100/1000 Nic
Thermalright SLK-947U New + 92mm Vantec Tornado Fan(Neo-Backplate)
ANTEC 350 Watt Power Supply
Kingston 256MB PC3200 400 DDR 184 pin Ram
Visiontech Xtasy Ti4200 agp card (with S-Video output to TV)
Realtek ALC-650(Sound)
Microtek 18.1" LCD Monitor(Temporary only)
Maxtor 20 GB 20GB ata100 7200rpm HDD
Microsoft IntelliMouse Optical 5-Button USB-PS/2 Mouse
56x Acer CD-ROM eide drive
THERMALTAKE COPPER SHIM CPU
Generic 101-Key Keyboard(Has Windows Keys onboard) w/an AT-PS/2 adapter & a PS/2-USB adapter
OS: Mandrake Linux 10.0 or ?

EIDEx2, PS/2 ports(Mouse/Keyboard), USB 2.0, 1394a(Disabled in Bios), Sata(Disabled in Bios).

I noticed that the latest linux forceware driver directly supports 9.2, Hopefully 10.0 support will soon follow, But I did download the 9.2 driver.

Would the 9.2 driver work with MDK 10.0 or should I wait for the proper driver and just use what comes with MDK 10.0?
Note: I downloaded the IA32 driver, Not the IA64 driver.
About the only thing missing is a 1.44Mb fdd, But the motherboard can boot from a CD, So It's not an issue.
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