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Re: pcmcia stops after broken update.

many thanks  for the help !

following your route, I solved the problem. the pcmcia I installed before was for
kernel version 2.0.38. It works again after I installed the right pcmcia-module

best regards

sen_ml@eccosys.com wrote:

> From: "Benjamin F. Zhou" <zhoub@fisci.com>
> Subject: Re: pcmcia stops after broken update.
> Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000 13:05:43 -0400
> Message-ID: <[🔎] 39578D67.9B8B119@fisci.com>
> > it must be somewhere pointing to that directory. then I should be
> > able to change it to point to my 3.0.5/pcmcia. but where is that
> > reference located?
> try grep-ing /var/lib/dpkg/info/pcmcia-modules*.list for pcmcia.  that
> may tell you where the modules are actually being installed -- the
> location should look like:
>   /lib/modules/<kernel-version>/pcmcia
> alternatively, you can look under /lib/modules/*/pcmcia and compare
> the dates on the files.
> what do you get as the result of the command:
>   uname -a
> ?
> that should tell you what kernel version you are running.  suppose the
> output of uname -a contains something like "2.0.36".  then the
> relevant place for the pcmcia modules is:
>   /lib/modules/2.0.36/pcmcia
> you probably want pcmcia modules for the kernel version you are using.
> a temporary workaround (which may or may not work) is to try making a
> symbolic link from the actual directory which the pcmcia modules got
> installed to, to where they ought to be.  note: if there are already
> files in the "correct" location, you may want to back those up
> somewhere first.
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