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Re: Does PCMCIA require ISA?

On Wed, 18 Jun 2003 at 2:50pm, Kevin McKinley wrote:

:On Wed, 18 Jun 2003 09:22:08 -0400 (EDT)
:Patrick Wiseman <pwiseman@mindspring.com> wrote:
:> I've been messing around with my kernel, and compiled without ISA support,
:> since I'm on a PCI machine.  On rebooting, PCMCIA gave a ResourceIRQ
:> conflict.  When I recompiled the kernel with ISA support, PCMCIA
:> recognised my card as always.
:My kernel 2.4.20 is compiled without ISA support, and PCMCIA works fine for
:I've wondered why some people insist it's necessary; maybe it is, for them.

Maybe there's a configuration option I haven't set?  All I know is it
didn't work without CONFIG_ISA and it does with.


Patrick Wiseman                               pwiseman@mindspring.com
Linux user #17943                             *Google First, Ask Later*

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