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Re: IEEE 1394 pcmcia card in woody

After many hours of trial and error, i managed to get teh ieee 1394 PCMCIA
card to mostly work.  The only problem that is not resolved is that some
junk is left in the kernel when I eject the card.  It is some kind of
deleted module stuff.  This could be related to the PCMCIA stuff, but I
don't know enough kernel details to say for sure.  I don't have such a
problem with my ethernet card.


> on Tue, Feb 05, 2002 at 08:43:01PM -0800, David R. Chip Kent IV (dkent@caltech.edu) wrote:
> >
> > I am trying to get my western digital ieee 1394 card to work under woody.
> > The card is listed in /etc/pcmcia/config, but I can't find some of the
> > modules it is trying to load (e.g. ohci1394_**).  Has anyone been able to
> > get a 1394 card to run under woody or potato?  Where can I get the needed
> > modules?
> Not sure if it applies to you, but there's some serious breakage in
> PCMCIA support under Woody, you're advised to review recent bug system
> postings.
> Peace.
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