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(Lightning)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteEBegin-->I think that it would be helpful to have a list of network cards and known issues that they can have and even from a support standpoint it is nice to know some of the various issues that can come up.[/quote]I agree.
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(phillipsjk256)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteEBegin-->An incompatibility list would be useless if people using it are forced to unecessarily limit their configuration.[/quote]To address this point, the PS2-Linux site (http://playstation2-linux.com/sog.php
) has a monitor compatibility chart that is 'user maintained', in that registered users can add to the database list of monitors that they have / have not gotten to work with the linux package for the PS2. There are some monitors listed that show both "working" and "not working" in the list, some of which will have a 'trick' listed as to how the user got it to work. I think that something like this would work here because the list could show that while some could not get a particular combo to work, other may have by doing 'fill_in_the_blank_here'.