Re: PCMCIA -- Unstable -- Kernel 2.4.12
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- Cc: Tom Breza <tom@PCService-NET.co.uk>, eDoc <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Glen Mehn <email@example.com>, "Timothy H. Keitt" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: PCMCIA -- Unstable -- Kernel 2.4.12
- From: Osamu Aoki <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 19:12:30 -0700
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I should have checked it on real file :-)
Here is my correction:
On Wed, Oct 24, 2001 at 06:13:59PM -0700, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> Debian stock kernel comes with almost all concievable modules including
> PCMCIA. So all you have to do to get PCMCIA activated is to know exact
> module names to put into your /etc/modules files or used with
> Without poking around kernel source and /lib/modules, it was a magic to
> me. Debian 2.4 kernels are really modular.
> If you install pcmcia-cs package, it will pull needed modules for your
> NIC. If you want to run ipmasq (iptables wrapper script) etc., make
> sure to run from post script of pcmcia script.
> Oh, most networking packet filter functionallity are also modules. I
> put almost all of them in this /etc/modules too.
> I think upgrade to new modutils which create /etc/modules should prompt
> us to get ready for this 2.2 to 2.4 kernel transition.
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