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Re: Debian installation problems

/etc/init.d/pcmcia {start|stop|restart} ?

On Mon, Oct 08, 2001 at 08:08:10PM +0200, S?ren Neigaard wrote:
> Monday, October 08, 2001, 3:10:50 AM, Glen wrote:
> GM> try 'apt-get install pcmcia-cs'
> It claims to have the latest version of pcmcia-cs
> GM> you'll need to know the chipset of your card, as well as whether or not your card is pcmcia or cardbus-- check the hardware-HOWTO at http://www.linuxdoc.org/
> By chipset, do you then mean something like xirc2ps?
> Ok it looks like I have what I need, but how do I set it up, and get
> it running?
> >> >> I'm trying to install on a Dell Inspiron 7500, and I have gotten some hints from some
> >> >> of you earlier. But I can't figure out where I setup the PCMCIA card
> >> >> during the setup (Xircom 10/100/56). The only thing I am asked about my PCMCIA card, is
> >> >> whether it's a intel thing or some T... thing. Where do I specify that
> >> >> it's a xirc2ps? I can't setup my network if I specify intel or T....
> >> 
> >> JC> During the PCMCIA installation, you are asked to enter any
> >> JC> card-specific options as well as a controller type, e.g. i82365. 
> >> JC> After these options are entered and the card services are
> >> JC> installed, you can then configure the Network.  If the install
> >> JC> process doesn't prompt you directly, you can choose it from the
> >> JC> list of alternative options below the recommended options in the
> >> JC> installation script.  You don't specify the module to load, it is
> >> JC> automatically detected by the card services.  If it doesn't
> >> JC> detect the correct card module, you can go into a console from
> >> JC> the installation script and make some changes to the pcmcia
> >> JC> config options to help the auto-detect process.
> >> Well... I finally got my Debian installed with X running (thanks to
> >> you). I still have no network running, but I don't want to reinstall
> >> if I can avoid it. How do I get this up and running? I can't apt-get
> >> from the net (off course), so I have to get whatever I need from my
> >> CD. What do I do? Can I run some sort of installer, that can help me?
> --
> Med venlig hilsen/Best regards,
>  S?ren Neigaard mailto:neigaard@e-box.dk
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Glen S Mehn
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glen@squaretrade.com	Building Trust in Transactions (sm)

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