Re: pcmcia-cs in Woody
Ob Debian-laptop: I notice that pcmcia-cs in "pure" woody is still
(ugh) 3.1.22? That's *ancient*! sid has 3.1.31 - can we convince
them to promote it over so the woody discs don't roll out hopelessly
behind? Or does anyone know of an abiding reason why they've let it
I got revved to 3.1.36 today on a 2.2 kernel. The install/config are
based on 2.4, and break networking rather badly, based on both kernel
modules and card/driver associations. For the gory details, see
Errr... that's not "3.1.36" you wrote in your bug report. It's "3.1.31-6"
or the 6th build of .31 ... I think.
But you're posilutely right. Ouchie! I would have never run into that --
more likely other things -- I have a Ricoh bridge. (Hardly surprising
as I've a Ricoh laptop)
As we get more lures towards buying new toys for our laptops the disparity
between "because they work" and "but the mappings/modules are only in the
new code" will just get worse. We really have to make them get this nailed
down before woody is sealed in metel-oxides and plastic.
* Heather Stern * star@ many places...
Yeah, I wish I read this earlier....
I'm so trashed right now on PCMCIA that nothing is working.
Now I've gotten this starting today and I don't even know where it
came from. Is this related? Something changed and I can't figure out
what. I did run a upgrade from testing this morning. But it wasn't
until I removed my card and tried to reinsert it again that it died on me.
/lib/modules/2.4.17-2.0/pcmcia/i82365.o: unresolved symbol
I am so stuck!