Re: Compact 3.0.14 + PCMCIA
"Robb Kidd" <email@example.com> writes:
> [I messed up and sent this first to debian-testing.]
> On a rickety Digital Hinote II with a 3Com Etherlink III (3C589C)
> PCMCIA NIC ...
> The initial install with the rescue+root+drivers-1+http went
> very well except that after the first reboot, the system did not
> automatically bring up the NIC to continue system
> installation. Popping over to another virtual console and giving it an
> /etc/init.d/pcmcia restart brought the NIC back up with the correct
> config fed to install previous to reboot and I was able to resume the
> system install.
Well, I'm glad to hear it works, aside from this "restore networking
at boot" glitch. I recently did an NMU to dhcp-client that I think
bears on this problem. It may fix it in fact.
You can test with the official 3.0.14 we're building now, or not wait,
and check it this way:
If you remove /etc/rc?.d/*dhcp-client, then reboot, does the pcmcia
networking come up properly on it's own?
Also, is /etc/pcmcia/network.opts setup properly?
...Adam Di Carlo..<firstname.lastname@example.org>...<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>