Re: Debian setup freezes when trying to remove pcmcia
I don't recall one way or the other whether I had the modules
package installed. I'll check when I get home and relay the info.
Look in the syslog (/var/log/syslog) to see what `cardmgr` is
telling the system. On my i4k, when I plug in the card, `cardmgr`
beeps to let me know it recognizes the insertion. After a few
seconds, it beeps again to let me know that it's done loading the
modules and setting things up. If it fails or bombs or barfs or dies
or anything, it'll probably say in syslog.
I don't recall adding anything to modconf or whatever to get
On Tue, Aug 21, 2001 at 01:52:06PM -0400, Bart Szyszka wrote:
> > 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'.
> So in modconf I don't need anything under the net section? How do I
> check for the network card working? I had set up pcmcia-cs for DHCP
> which is what I've always needed for this cable connection. But when apt
> is updating, it fails right away. Do I need any of the pcmcia-modules
> packages listed under:
> I'm going to try installing dhcpcd (which I've done in the past) to see if
> that helps.
> - Bart
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