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    SubjectRe: 2.6.0-test5 vs. modem cards
    On Sun, Sep 14, 2003 at 12:51:36PM +0900, Norman Diamond wrote:
    > In file 8250_cs.c:
    > Line 61, identifies itself as "serial_cs.c" instead of "8250_cs.c".
    > Line 119 identifies itself as "serial_cs" instead of "8250_cs".
    > My partial understanding of Linux PCMCIA operations yields a guess that line
    > 119 is part of the cause for failure during execution, whereas line 61 only
    > potentially confuses future maintainers.

    Its going to get renamed back to serial_cs shortly.

    > Later in the same source file, calls to register_serial() and
    > unregister_serial() compile but fail during execution. Of course in order
    > to make it execute in the first place I have to manually modprobe 8250_cs,
    > because of the reason mentioned above. /var/log/messages gets reports that
    > those symbols are unknown.

    I have no idea how you managed that. The configuration subsystem does
    not allow you to build 8250_cs.c as a module without building 8250.c in
    some manner, and 8250.c provides those symbols.

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