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Re: pcmcia on the boot disks

>Ok, call me stupid.  How do I get a pcmcia card detected?  I can find
>no sign of the cardmgr daemon, just the modules.

>My hope is that I can simply boot up with my pcmcia cd-rom attached
>and it will just work.

Ah!  You're trying to *boot* with the PCMCIA stuff!  I see...

I would *think* this would work, assuming that your BIOS/PCMCIA
interaction is such that it allows you to boot from PCMCIA devices at
all.  That is to say, bootability of the system from PCMCIA is a BIOS
function, not a boot-floppies function.  

Of course, I've never tried it.  I've only dealt with installation via
PCMCIA of the base system and the rest of the packages, about which see

.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>

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