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Error compiling pcmcia modules on laptop

I don't know what I've done here. I was working fine, and decided to change a 
kernel parameter. I did my make xconfig, make-kpkg clean ; make-kpkg 
--revision .... and all ok.

Then I tried the modules. I've already got pcmcia-cs and pcmcia-source 
installed. I've been into /usr/src/modules and run 'make config', but when I 
try running debian/binary-install, or make-kpkg modules, I get several 
errors, including:

  /usr/src/linux/include/linux/completion.h:30 previous declaration of        
  make[2]: *** [3c575_cb.o] Error 1

I've tried confuguring the kernel with and without PCMCIA support, and 
ensured that the only parameter marked as Yes is my 3COM 3c589 PCMCIA card. I 
can't figure out why I'm getting errors about '3c575' and I can't find any 
references in the kernel configuration. I'm running kernel 2.4.17, and the 
laptop was updated from a 2.2.19pre17 potato system. I've tried uninstalling 
and reinstalling pcmcia-cs and pcmcia-source, and repeating the make config ; 
make and make install, and several variations, but everything I've tried so 
far as always ended up with the error above at some point. What have I broken?



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