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DriverLoader from Linuxant


From the announcement "DriverLoader technology is the ideal Linux solution to support devices for

which no adequate native open-source drivers are available. It also allows

vendors to drastically reduce time to market or eliminate the need to support

multiple drivers for Windows and Linux. By using the same driver on both

platforms, significant resources can be saved."


Also "DriverLoader packages can be downloaded from Linuxant's web site at no cost. The software is easy to install on any supported Linux distribution (RedHat, SuSE, Mandrake, Debian) with any recent 2.4 or 2.6 kernel, and includes a user-friendly Web-based configuration system."

Edited by sglafata

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