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Hi list

Did any1 on this list already successfully compile freeswan with x509 ?
Is there anything special, or does it go the same way it goes on i386 ?

Plus I am having trouble getting pcmcia to run the right way on my 
powerbook (3rd generation)
When ever I insert a pcmcia card I get a kernel dump, which I'm not able 
to understand :-(
I am using the i82092 Module for the controller.

I also read on the list some place about a fix of the strange mixer 
behavior with the dmasound module.
What also Modul is the one to use on the PowerBook ?

I'm missing my "alt Gr", "del" "inst" "{" "}" "[" "]" keys :-(
I am working with xkeycaps to make a new xmodmad, but befor I am 
wondering if some1 already made one.

Ouh and another thing waz this about the fan/heat regulation, I couldn't 
keep up with the topic (my email provider delete lot's of emails while I 
was gone) What is the fix or how do you patch it, so the fan will go on, 
once it gets too hot inside :-)

Yeah that's it for the first. Thanks guys and girls


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