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Re: Debian setup freezes when trying to remove pcmcia

	OK.  So the card is being recognized and initialized.  So is
networking configured properly?  Does syslog imply that networking is
up?  After you hear the beeps, try this:

/etc/init.d/networking stop
/etc/init.d/networking start

	Or something close.  (Like I said, my box is at home.)  Are
you pinging IPs, or names?  If names, is /etc/resolv.conf configured

	And you're greatly welcome.  :)


On Tue, Aug 21, 2001 at 02:37:46PM -0400, Bart Szyszka wrote:
> > From my (limited) knowledge of pcmcia and it's workings, it
> > shouldn't matter what slot you put the card into.
> OK, the Xircom card, tulip_cb, and everything else now shows
> up and I get the beep, yet I still can't get a connection out of this
> thing. Apt isn't working and pinging random sites isn't working either.
> BTW, the connection is working just fine in WindowsMe.
> I'm booting this system with a rescue disk. On boot I type:
> rescue root=/dev/hda3
> Could that be screwing anything up? BTW, thanks for your help
> so far.
> - Bart

Clayton Carter   crcarter @ cs indiana edu
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