Re: problem configuring pcmcia card
En réponse à Jeff <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I don't see any "Block devices:" on your output. On mine, "ide0" is
> my HDD (/dev/hda) and "ide1" is my CDROM drive. Also note my "pcmcia"
> device, which I don't see on your output either.
I was editing my file after a 'pcmcia stop', to show the free resource on
my computer, as it say that 'kernel: hdc: IRQ probe failed (0xb9f8)'
> What kernel are you using?
I'm using a 2.4.20 self compiled kernel. I have also updated the
/etc/sysconfig/pcmcia file, changing the controler from PCIC="i82365"
to PCIC="yenta_socket". I also copy the file /etc/pcmcia/config to
/etc/pcmcia/config-2.4. Before that, my card weren't even detected. Now, they
are detected, but I think I have a problem in ressource allocation.
I must I have made something wrong in my copy/paste from /proc/devices,
as I can see fd (my floppy drive), ide0 (my hard drive), and ide1 (my cdrom).
It says 'ide1: ports already in use, skipping probe', so I guess my
pcmcia cdrom drive should use something like ide2. Is there any way to tell
the module that I must use this ???
> As for the modem on the PCMCIA card, you need to have pcmica serial
> card services enabled in the kernel to use that.
The module is correctly loaded, but I can't figure out which serial drive
is now created. /dev/ttyS?? I guess, but what are the ??. Where can I find
that information. I can't see it in the kernel message log (I was looking
for something like 'kernel: ttyS?? probing, but I must be wrong)
> Jeff Coppock Systems Engineer
> Diggin' Debian Admin and User