Re: Xircom Realport 10/100+56k RBEM56G-100
No, all you have to do is install pcmcia support at install and it will compile all the drivers and load the right one as a module when needed. Be sure the card services are at the latest version, I believe 3.1.24. I had trouble with the Realport until I upgraded pcmcia-cs.
If you want to recompile the kernel [easy as eating pie with kernel-package], the pcmcia is compiled separately for modules, you can remove the drivers you don't want prior to compile time so that only the xirc2ps_cs module compiles.
On Mon, Feb 26, 2001 at 02:37:38PM -0500, Mike Basinger wrote:
> I have a Dell Latitude C600 laptop that I'm trying to install Debian on. I
> have a Xircom Realport pcmcia ethernet adapter in the laptop. I can not
> find the proper driver during install. The xircom web page said it would
> use the xirc2ps_cs module, but I can not locate it.
> Is this something I will have to re-compile the kernel for?
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