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    SubjectRe: weird pcmcia problem
    On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 07:34:59PM -0500, Narayan Desai wrote:
    > Running 2.6.0-test3 (both with and without your recent yenta socket
    > patches) pcmcia cards present during boot don't show up until they are
    > removed and reinserted. Once reinserted, they work fine. This only
    > seems to occur if yenta_socket is build into the kernel; if support is
    > modular, cards appear to be recognized properly at boot time. I am
    > running on a thinkpad t21. Let me know if I can help with this
    > problem in any way... thanks

    As a general thing, when people report this problem (or any other problem),
    can they please include at least the following details please:

    - make/model of machine
    - type of cardbus bridge (from lspci)
    - type of card (pcmcia or cardbus)
    - make/model of card
    - full kernel dmesg (including yenta, card services messages)
    - cardmgr messages from system log

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