On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 11:31:00AM -0500, Ed Lawson wrote: > Darryl L. Pierce wrote: > > >I've asked in the past and never got an answer that worked. I'm at a > >point again where I want to get my Gateway port replicator to work with > >my laptop. I can use everything on it but the PCMCIA slots. How do I > >tell linux to use the two slots that are in the replicator as well as > >those in my laptop? > > > I cannot answer your question directly, but I suggest it is a hardware > issue specific to the Gateway port replicator. I use an HP Omnibook > 4150 with a docking station/replicator and I have never had a problem > using the PCMCIA slots in the replicator. I simply plug the laptop in > and the cards in the replicator are automatically recognized. Nothing > was configed, etc. to do this. I believe it sees the slots in the > replicator as opposed to those in the laptop when plugged in. From your > message it seems the Gateway replicator slots are additional slots and > the ones in the laptop remain active? Correct. When I dock my laptop, the slots on the laptop itself are the only ones visible. When I do "cardctl status" I only see two slots listed. -- Darryl L. Pierce <firstname.lastname@example.org> Visit the Infobahn Offramp @ <http://welcome.to/mcpierce> "What do you care what other people think, Mr. Feynman?"
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