Re: interesting times installing 2.4.17 in Woody...
Brian Mays wrote:
> Of course, the stand-alone drivers (in the pcmcia-modules packages)
> don't have a yenta_socket module. Therefore, I have added an additional
> file in /etc/default to the pcmcia-modules packages that is sourced (if
> it exists) by /etc/init.d/pcmcia and changes PCIC from "yenta_socket" to
> "i82365", which is appropriate for the stand-alone drivers.
Does this support the case where the user has 2.2 and 2.4 kernels
installed, boots back and forth between them, and wants pcmcia to
continue to work either way?
> Next, I have made the appropriate changes to the /etc/pcmcia/config file
> to support the kernel drivers. An additional workaround was required to
> also support the stand-alone drivers. Therefore, I modified the cardmgr
> program to support the following construct in its config file:
> source ./config-`uname -r`.fix
Sounds like it'll work.
see shy jo