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    Linux Guru Rubberman's Avatar
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    I would like to thank all of those that replied, especially Rubberman for his time and patience. It is appreciated. I did do a bug report on this device as it is listed in the supported devices list on Debian. I don't know if I read that incorrectly or what, but the reply was that it was NOT supported on Debian, and that it would not be worked on as the eminent release of wheezy. It should have basic support in the wheezy release. I finally spent 23 dollars and purchased a know supported card. It works, kind of... I'm now have some issues with that card that I will post...

    Thanks again for all the help.


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