Bug#25377: marked as done (boot-floppies: PCMCIA Tranceiver dialog should allow an empty string)
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Subject: boot-floppies: PCMCIA Tranceiver dialog should allow an empty string
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This one is mostly cosmetic... It's to avoid a confusing warning at
card insertion time.
If I use "auto", the driver complains that "transceiver selection not
implemented" when I insert a card later. I've found that in the
/etc/pcmcia/network.conf file, I can use an empty string in place of
"auto", and it works fine and there's no warning when the card is
Possible values are ... and "100baseT", or a blank for cards that
don't support tranciever selection. If you aren't sure, just use
the default value of "auto".
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