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Re: "your system doesn't need PCMCIA"

IMHO I wouldn't call it a bug. More a way to confirm if you need PCMCIA
or not. They could have a system scan to discover if the box is a laptop
or not but then again some desktop systems have PCMCIA. So asking the
question is not a bug. :-)


On Sat, 2002-06-29 at 01:48, Gale Stafford wrote:
> Bill Moseley wrote:
> >When installing on a laptop I get the message:
> >
> >  It seems your system doesn't need PCMCIA.  It was installed with the
> >  rest of the kernel, but can be removed now.
> >
> >I assume I need PCMCIA, so why is it asking (or why does it think I don't
> >need PCMCIA)?
> >
> Debian gives me the same message each time I install it, and reinstall 
> it, on my laptop. I think its just a bug, because my laptop definitely 
> needs PCMCIA support to function.
> -Gale
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