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Re: PCMCIA Does Not Work Dell Latitude C510/C610 with Lenny

Hello All,

I retested my cardbus ports under windows (With three cards both 32
and 16 bit) and found that the ports are no longer working. This
explains why they are not working under Lenny. If I can get it fixed,
I will retry later.


On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 11:13 PM, Duane Bielling <hunkirdowne@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 6:25 AM, Stefan Welte <post@stefan-welte.de> wrote:
>> Hi Duane,
>> Duane Bielling schrieb:
>>> Stefan, both Debian Lenny and openSuse are currently running on the C610.
>> Are they both running well in combination with wireless cardbus card(s)?
> Essentially, yes, but not without a minor 'annoyance' in openSUSE.
> (Disclaimer: I'm pretty much a newb when it comes to openSUSE so it is
> likely I've misconfigured something.)
> Each time I boot into openSUSE, I have to disable eth0 to get eth1 to
> work.  I do this from the CLI.  I will ifdown both interfaces and ifup
> eth1.  From there it works like a charm for a while.  Sometimes I have
> to refresh the eth1 interface, though (ifdown/ifup).  When booting
> into Debian, it usually works fine but occassionally (esp. after an
> openSUSE session) I have to manually kickstart the network but can
> usually do so from KNetworkManager applet on the Panel.
>> Dein Deutsch ist doch korrekt und sehr hübsch! :-)
> Danke
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