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On Thu, Apr 02, 1998 at 07:19:05PM -0000, Asher Haig wrote:
> Bill Moran, bill@ist.flinders.edu.au on 6/1/98 11:41 PM
> >I have just upgraded from bo to hamm on my Toshiba laptop
> >(successfully except for a few corrupted files). How do I
> >configure to make my ethernet card (HyperEnet) work
> Install the pcmcia package. If you have a custom kernel, you'll need to 
> install the source package. I use the source. Once it's installed, 
> /etc/init.d/pcmcia starts the services. It will recognize pretty much 
> everything as far as cards go. Then you need to set up 
> /etc/init.d/network for your network settings. 

I think you'd prefer to modify the /etc/pcmcia/network.opts. I don't know
abouth t the Toshiba, but on my laptops I had also to work a little around the
/etc/pcmcia/confiog.opts (excluding some IRQs) and the /etc/pcmcia.conf (only
for my older laptop).


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