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PCMCIA issues on a Tecra8100

I have a Tecra 8100 and networking works. I am running sid. When I built
the machine, it was plugged into the port replicator/docking station,
however, when I take it home and plug the ethernet into the pcmcia slot
(which is using a Xircom RealPort 16), once the machine is booted, I
have to immediately restart pcmcia to get networking up and running.

It works but its an inconvenience. Has anyone encountered such a
problem, and how does one go about fixing it?

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