Re: ISA PnP boot up
Quoting nate <email@example.com>:
> Jeffrey Taylor said:
> > What is the preferred why in Debian 3.0 to bring ISA PnP up (i.e., run
> > "isapnp /etc/isapnp.conf") at boot time?
> last I checked, all you had to do was to install it(isapnptools), the
> installation will put a script in /etc/rcS.d(I think) which calls
> it on boot.
Thanks Nate. I eventually found that. My problem now is that the
i82365.o module complains when loaded about "init_module: Device or
resource busy" when I try and start the pcmcia service. It's an ISA
card reader, so I thought the ISA PnP wasn't up.
Anyone have any ideas or Web sites to debug this tangle?