Hi, I have asked everywhere I could about that. Nobody until now could find a solution. So I am trying as a last resort here ;) Here I have an ACER TM803 laptop running perfectly except one thing: PCMCIA. This is not that important but I prefer to be free and get rid of my wired ethernet connection when at home. I use a Debian SID GNU/Linux with a vanilla 2.6.0 kernel. All has been done accordingly to advice I receive here and there. It has support for PCMCIA devices, Wireless and orinoco support. So I am using a wireless driver from the kernel since it worked pretty well under 2.4.x for me. I also have the wireless tools suite installed and all is done in the interface files (ie /etc/network/interface). The Wireless card is Linksys WPC11 running in managed mode. I think my setup is good since it is the one that used to run under the 2.4.x kernel series. Problem is that when inserting the card, first I don't ear any 'bip' sound as it used to do. Then the card is no longer able to connect to the AP (also by linksys). I remember that not that far ago, it worked but as I faced problem keeping the connection up, I gave up and went back at my fidèle wire :) Now it just doesn't want to connect. Have anyone any clue I could follow to (at last) have this working ? Thank you. P.S: my /etc/init.d/pcmcia script file contains now a 'exit 0' at the top since I was told that PCMCIA and kernel 2.6.0 was no good. I only now use hotplug stuff as recommended. zeDek -- GnusFR (http://www.gnusfr.org) EmacsFR (http://www.emacsfr.org) .emacs: Because customisation is fun!
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