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Re: kernel pcmcia modules

On Sat, 12 Jul 2003 22:11, Sam Clegg wrote:
> Shouldn't /etc/network/interfaces control when and where to run
> dhclient?  Presumably the pcmcia scripts should call ifup eth? (or
> send a hotplug even which then calls ifup eth?) at some
> point which would then trigger dhcp (if thats what you specify in
> interfaces).

I've put in appropriate entries in /etc/network/interfaces, but that doesn't 
seem to do any good.

The question is, why do the kernel PCMCIA modules work differently from the 
pcmcia-cs-source ones?  Surely in both cases it should just work in the same 

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