Which chipset for USB?

Andrew Benton b3nton at gmail.com
Sun Mar 21 09:49:47 PDT 2010

On 21/03/10 15:14, brown wrap wrote:
> I have given up on the NVidia chipset and trying to get a kernel built that supports USB. I am now going to buy a PCI board, but don't want to go through this hassel again. I notice NEC and VIA chipsets on PCI boards. Which is more widelt supported? Thank you.
Linux runs on anything. There is very little hardware that is not supported. Clearly it
supports the hardware you have at the moment because your host system runs on it.


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