Re: kernel 2.4.9 and pcmcia flash memory
I changed all the entries that had "ide_cs" to "ide-cs", as well as
installed the pcmcia_cs module.
It works, and better than before. An accidental physical removal did not
lock up the system, as had happened in the past.
Glen Mehn wrote:
> one thing that I did that worked was:
> in /etc/pcmcia/config, replace all occurrences of ide_cs with ide-cs.
> someone on the list suggested that that *couldn't* work, as the ide chipset was/is on the cf card, however, it worked for me.
> Though I think that I did add in pcmcia/ide support (poke around in the kernel config, it seems it was in an odd spot)
> On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 04:26:25PM -0700, Curt Howland wrote:
> > Hi, yes, it's me again.
> > Kernel 2.4.9, pcmcia enabled and working for the ethernet card,
> > I plugged in my camera flash card last night and it would not
> > mount:
> > mount -t vfat /dev/hde1 /flash
> > "/dev/hde1: no such device"
> > I am not at the machine right now, so I don't have access to
> > the cardinfo &etc output, but it did detect the card and flash,
> > and reported correctly that it was a "ata ide fixed disk".
> > Did the location change under the new kernel? Is there yet
> > another module with some completely unrelated name that I didn't
> > know to load?
> > Pointers welcome.
> > Curt-
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