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Re: pcmcia? duh!

Try using make-kpkg from kernel-package to build your kernels.
Documentation (for potato) is in /usr/share/kernel-package. README is
the standard info and README.modules gives info about pcmcia.
README.tecra may be useful for you as well.

On Fri, Jun 02, 2000 at 10:16:46AM -0500, Jeffrey Knight wrote:
> Hello all:
> Please forgive the fact this question has probably been asked here about 100
> times:
> My tecra laptop is currently running 2.0.x and i'm upgrading to 2.2.x  I
> finally managed to build a kernel that'll boot (why is it so hard with
> debian?  i can build bzImages for my tecra with SuSE all day!) ...
> Where do I have to option to compile in pcmcia?
> I tried to just copy /lib/modules/2.0/pcmcia to /lib/modules/2.2, but the
> bootup process didn't think that that was very funny.
> Thanks, Jeff

Lee Bradshaw                 lee@sectionIV.com (preferred)
Alantro Communications       lee@alantro.com

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