AW: PCMCIA Crash Woody
> I am curious too. If you get any idea, please post.
I will :)
> PCMCIA is hardware initialization. So it fits nicely to rcS.d.
Yes, but as I said, I can't reload the PCMCIA subsystem - I have to reboot
> Script in PCMCIA package uses runlevel to switch behavor. So it should
> be run by rcn.d (n=1..6).
> My system boots OK.
> I had to disable ipmasq and dhclient in rcn.d and run from inside
I will check that.
> I give long wait after PCMCIA to run bind and others to run after
> complete PCMCIA initialization.
> PCMCIA initialization un in back ground so some other initialization
> started after PCMCIA can run in race condition, I think.
> I had that problem with other notebook.
That could be - I will give it a try. It takes some time, until
PCMCIA-loading is finished on my Xircom combo-card (10MBit LAN+33.6 kBit
Thank you very much,
> On Wed, Dec 12, 2001 at 12:31:20PM +0100, Michael Forstner wrote:
> > I've installed Woody (binary-CDs 25-NOV-2001) base system.
> > Every time, when the system boots, PCMCIA crashes with a kernel
> panic (and
> > much output).
> > I booted the system with parameter init="/bin/sh" and changed
> the symbolic
> > link in /etc/rc2.d:
> > rm /etc/rc2.d/S13pcmcia
> > cd /etc/rcS.d
> > ln -s ../init.d/pcmcia ./S15pcmcia
> > Now the pcmcia package starts after filesystem check and works
> fine - why?
> > It's annoying, because if I switch to runlevel 1 (and shut down
> pcmcia) and
> > back to 2 (and restart pcmcia) the system will crash again.
> > Thank you for any ansers.
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