Re: unable to start PCMCIA service
I have encountered this same error before. You will have to recompile
your kernel - Make sure you include support for PCI BIOS and APM (Advanced
Power Management). Doing this resolved all my errors.
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On Wed, 5 Nov 1997, Holger Brandhorst wrote:
> when starting the "/etc/init.d/pcmcia start" i still get the same
> startin PCMCIA services:modules
> pcmcia_core.o unresolved symbol apm_register_callback_R4e72ac41
> pcmcia_core.o unresolved symbol apm_unregister_callback_Rb7166c6e
> i82365.o unresolved symbol pcibios_present_Ra67d0654
> i82365.o unresolved symbol pcibios_write_config_word_R3ebbdbb4
> to verify if kernel and modules match each other i've extracted the
> following information from my .config (after running make menuconfig):
> and from the stdout of `make-kpkg --revision custom.1.0 modules_image':
> Kernel configuration options:
> PCI BIOS support is enabled.
> Advanced Power Management (APM) support is enabled.
> Module version checking is enabled.
> do i have to set some additional stuf - to get a running couple of
> kernel and PCMCIA?
> may there be any hardware <-> kernel discrepancies which produce some
> errors like that?
> well - if it seems to be no debian-specific problem - maybe anybody can
> tell me where i can go on to ask or search for information?
> have a nice day!
> bye - hb!
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