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Bug#423634: installation and bug report

OK - thanks for the advice.
Just to add, that I have just carried out an installation using the 'full' disk set (although it actually only required disk one - then downloaded the rest). Same problem. Card recognised on install - then ignored on re-boot.

On 14/05/07, Christian Perrier <bubulle@debian.org> wrote:
Quoting Mal Phillips (southpix@googlemail.com):
> Used CD ------- *Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 r0 "Etch" - Official i386 NETINST
> Binary-1 20070407-11:29*

OK. So apparently, the problem comes because the PCMCIA card services
do not start on the installed system.

If you still have one of such installed system, it would be
interesting to check which packages are installed. Maybe could you
install a minimal system with the Debian "etch" CD's on a small
partition of the machine (about 300MB is enough, IIRC).

If you want Debian etch on that machine, I suggest you currently
install Debian 3.0 (is 3.1 aka "sarge" working?), then upgrade it
first to sarge, then to etch by reading those versions' release notes.

But, again, it's probably worth investigating that "PCMCIA card
doesn't work after reboot" problem.

Frans, any other suyggestion we could make?

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