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Re: detecting and loading modules


Is it the Xircom Realport card? (There are several known problems here..)
What version of the kernel are you running? (The module was renamed -> 2.4.x)

For PCMCIA, have a look at /etc/pcmcia/config, and see if you can find
your card in there.  This (with cardmgr) is what looks after loading
and unloading modules for pcmcia/cardbus cards.


   On Tue, Oct 31, 2000 at 04:59:31AM -0800, Andrew Dixon wrote:
   > HI All,
   > I was trying to figure out how to look at which
   > modules I am running and if one is not running force
   > it to load.  
   > The module that I am specifically interested in is the
   > tulip.o module for my pcmcia card.

   lsmod displays loaded modules.

   modprobe -k tulip  will load the tulip module (though pcmcia-cs should
   handle this itself).


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