Re: pcmcia-modules-2.2.19 does not exist (potato)
I would recommend you to configure and compile your own customized kernel-source. There is a lot of stuff in these images, for example drivers for devices which you don't have. After making your new kernel bootable, boot this kernel and then go to /usr/usr/pcmcia (after unpacking the source-package for pcmcia). Then type "./configure && make all && make install && make clean". After this you can start your new pcmcia-module with "/etc/init.d/pcmcia start".
Zeno Gantner <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb am 17.08.01:
> Hello everyone,
> I have a problem with the pcmcia-modules package.
> I use kernel-image-2.2.19, and normally there is a version
> of the pcmcia-modules for every kernel image.
> Version 2.2.19 is only available for unstable.
> Any suggestions how to get it to work?
> I am not a Debian developer, just a user, I don't have
> enough knowledge how to resolve the bugs officially
> (so that it complies the Debian policy).
> So I'm going to do a work-around.
> There are three possibilities:
> - compiling a custom kernel together with pcmcia-source
> - building the pcmcia-modules package from unstable
> - installing pcmcia-modules-2.2.19pre17
> I don't know if the third possibility works, I guess I'll
> have to override some package dependencies.
> I will try the other ways, as I planned in any case to
> compile a kernel for me, and building a package is just
> a few commands ...
> If someone has already worked on that issue, please write a mail to the
> I will report my progress (if any ...)
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