Re: Debian setup freezes when trying to remove pcmcia
Make sure that you have the pcmcia-cs package installed. The
tuplip_cb driver is (I believe) a driver belonging to that package and
not a kernel module. From my experience, as long as the pcmcia-cs
package is installed, everything `just works'.
On Tue, Aug 21, 2001 at 01:01:01PM -0400, Bart Szyszka wrote:
> > And I believe that the CBE2-100BTX is what you're looking
> > for; so give the tulip_cb driver a shot. (If the experimental thing
> > bugs you, don't worry; I've been using an RBEM56G-100BTX for several
> > months now on an Inspiron 4000 and it's considered experimental.)
> How exactly would I load the tulib_cb module into Debian? When
> I run modconf , it's not listed. Only tulip is and that doesn't work. Is
> there a binary or some package for Debian potato that will set it up
> for me?
> - Bart
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