Xircon troubles when switching to kernel 2.4.0-test9
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Having a problem with a Dell Latitude CPt. It has Debian Woody on it with
a Xircom CBEM56G-100 10/100 Ethernet + 56K Modem.
Was working fine with a 2.2.17 kernel. In fact, it survived the DefCon
"capture the flag" contest
(http://defcon.gamelet.com/html/defcon8-035.html) running Apache and a
At my new job, I am using it as a desktop and wanted to hook up a keyboard
and mouse. Since it has only one PS/2 port, plugged the keyboard into
that and the mouse into the USB port. I installed a 2.4.0-test9 kernel
for the USB stuff.
The problem is that the module seems to have changed from tulip_cb to
xircom_tulip_cb. I reinstalled the pcmcia package, so the
/etc/pcmcia/config shows xircom_tulip_cb as the module it needs. when you
cat /var/lib/pcmcia/stab it shows
0 network xircom_tulip_cb 0 tulip_cb
the cardmgr executes 'modprobe cb_enabler' and 'modprobe xircom_tulip_cb'
fine. but then when it executes './network start tulip_cb' it says it cant
locate module 'tulip_cb' and 'tulip_cb error fetching interface
information'. I have tried renaming xircom_tulip_cb, but it also gets an
error. ./MAKEDEV: don't know how to make device "tulip_cb".
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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