Re: PCMCIA Woes
Thanks so much. That got it. Jeez I feel like an idiot now.
I'll let you know if I can get the card to survive suspend mode.
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On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Marc Wilson wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 05:17:07PM -0600, Peter Quackenbush wrote:
> > I have a compaq armada m300 trying to configure a 3Com 10/100 LAN Cardbus.
> > Model 3CCFE575BT. I have tried to get pcmcia working on sarge, but to no
> > avail.
> It's supported by the 3c59x driver. You *do* have that one, don't you?
> > I would like it to work with dhcp. I have the same problem working
> > with every kernel I've tried (even ones I've built myself.) Running
> > /etc/init.d/pcmcia start activates the card and cardctl status and cardctl
> > ident both show the correct card. lspci -v also shows it.
> It's not controlled by PCMCIA. Not without a lot of hackery. It's
> controlled by Kernel Card Services (most or all CardBus cards seem to be).
> If that's not enabled in your kernel, it needs to be. You need
> CONFIG_HOTPLUG, CONFIG_PCMCIA, but not CONFIG_HOTPLUG_PCI.
> > But when I run ifconfig, it only shows the loopback interface. I cannot
> > get eth0 to show up.
> It's there, it's just not configured yet. You can see it if you explicitly
> ask for eth0.
> Install hotplug, read README.Debian, configure /etc/network/interfaces
> appropriately, you're done.
> I'd like to hear about it if you get yours to survive a suspend. My 575 on
> a Thinkpad 600E does not. I have apmd eject it whenever the laptop goes to
> sleep. In fact, no CardBus cards do.
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