On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 08:28:55AM -0800, Andrew Agno wrote: > Darryl L. Pierce writes: > > 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? > > There may be an option in the BIOS to assign an interrupt to the > PCMCIA slots on the replicator, which may do the trick. Y'know, you got me in the right direction, and I think I'm _almost_ there. I went into my BIOS and found a setting for what operating system I'm using (Other, Windows 95, Windows 95/98; strange, eh?). I set it to "Other" and rebooted. When I did that, Linux saw the other two sockets! But, when I plug my 3COM 3c575 card into the replicator's sockets, I get the message: Feb 20 14:10:38 localhost cardmgr: executing: 'modprobe -r 3c575_cb' Feb 20 14:10:38 localhost cardmgr: executing: 'modprobe -r cb_enabler' Feb 20 14:10:49 localhost cardmgr: unsupported card in socket 3 Feb 20 14:10:49 localhost cardmgr: no product info available Feb 20 14:10:49 localhost cardmgr: PCI id: 0xffff, 0xffff Which is strange because it's the same card I use in the laptop's sockets to network... -- 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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