PCMCIA ADC Card for Linux

PCMCIA ADC Card for Linux

Post by wxgee » Wed, 09 Nov 2005 08:48:37

Was looking for a PCMCIA 4/8 channel Analog-to-Digital card for my
Linux laptop.
Can anyone suggest a card that won't bust my budget?

Jim M.

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