Bug#248071: TODO for hw-detect and/or pcmcia-cs
The upshot of this for hw-detect and pcmcia-cs is that they have to
be set up in one of the two following ways.
1. pcmcia-cs ifups/ifdowns interfaces on 16 bit PCMCIA cards
by default (as now) and hw-detect does not list such interfaces
in /etc/network/devhotplug, instead listing them in
/etc/network/devcardmgr (so that netcfg knows not to mark them
as "auto"). (This requires a change to hw-detect.)
2. pcmcia-cs does not ifup/ifdown interfaces on 16 bit PCMCIA cards
by default (which requires a change to pcmcia-cs) and hw-detect
lists such interfaces in /etc/network/devhotplug (as now).
Currently, pcmcia-cs ifups/ifdowns interfaces on 16 bit PCMCIA cards
and hw-detect lists such cards in /etc/network/devhotplug, which
is not one of the reasonable options: we shouldn't have hotplug and
cardmgr battling for control of those interfaces.