Bug#67722: me, too -- PCMCIA/network conflict (cf #66284)
Mike Coleman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm not the original submitter, but I also seem to have just tripped
> over this bug. I was using the vanilla floppies downloaded through
> the links in the instructions. I don't know the exact version, but
> I grabbed them within the last week or so.
Could you do 'depmod -a' on a newly installed system?
Could you please determine exactly which version you are using? I
expect it's 2.2.20. 'uname -a' and 'ls /lib/modules' would help as
> At least part of the problem seems to be that doing a '/etc/init.d/pcmcia
> stop' doesn't work flawlessly. That script is trying to remove modules in a
> way that fails. That problem combined with some module insertion or removal
> that dbootstrap is trying to do causes failure.
We need exact output of that failure. It might suffice to send to
this bug the /var/log/installer.log that was created during
installation, after you've rebooted into your system.
> In particular, the initial "configure PCMCIA" step seem to work
> fine. The the "configure network" steps ends with a failure,
> although the information entered seems to be used/remembered
> correctly. If I then redo "configure PCMCIA", networking is then up
> and working. If I then redo "configure network", it breaks
> networking again.
Hmm. I can't even test this, so, as I said, I need exact data.
Thanks a lot.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>