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    SubjectRe: PCMCIA still doesn't work for 2.3.46-pre2
    Linus Torvalds writes:
    > On Wed, 16 Feb 2000, Richard Gooch wrote:
    > > > You have i82365 enabled? You should have CONFIG_PCMCIA=y,
    > > > CONFIG_CARDBUS=y, CONFIG_I82365=n.
    > >
    > > Er, no. .config appended. Also, don't you mean CONFIG_I82365=y? I
    > > thought I have an i82365. With 2.3.36 I have a module named
    > > "i82365"...
    > The i82365 thing is for old i82365-compatible 16-bit pcmcia controllers.
    > CONFIG_CARDBUS is for cardbus controllers.
    > The confusion is because cardbus used to be handled by the i82365 driver
    > too, and then CONFIG_CARDBUS was just an option to that driver. Now
    > cardbus is a standalone driver in itself (a cardbus controller has
    > backwards compatibility registers so that it is a reasonably proper
    > superset of an old i82365).
    > > Hm, that's right. You don't use modules, do you? So *can* I compile as
    > > modules (and you expect to work) for PCMCIA?
    > Try CONFIG_PCMCIA=y CONFIG_CARBUS=y (ie both in-kernel), and see if
    > that solves it. That's what I use.

    Well, that gets me closer to a working system. My network card doesn't
    install proerly, though:

    Linux PCMCIA Card Services 3.1.11
    options: [pci] [cardbus] [apm]
    Adding cardbus controller 0: PCI device 104c:ac15
    PCI: Enabling device 00:04.0 (0000 -> 0002)
    Yenta IRQ list 0000, PCI irq0
    Socket status: 30000059
    Adding cardbus controller 1: PCI device 104c:ac15
    PCI: Enabling device 00:04.1 (0000 -> 0002)
    Yenta IRQ list 0000, PCI irq0
    cs: IO port probe 0x038c-0x03ff: excluding 0x3c4-0x3e3 0x3ec-0x403
    cs: IO port probe 0x0230-0x0387: excluding 0x378-0x37f
    cs: IO port probe 0x0100-0x021f: clean.
    cs: memory probe 0xa0000000-0xa0ffffff: clean.
    xirc2ps_cs.c 1.31 1998/12/09 19:32:55 (dd9jn+kvh)
    xirc2ps_cs: RequestIRQ: Resource in use


    > Getting CONFIG_PCMCIA=m working _should_ be just a matter of getting
    > the object file dependencies right. I saw some patches floating
    > around towards that end, but I haven't had time to look at them..

    I tried this just in case. You're right: it doesn't work.



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