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SubjectRe: Dell TrueMobile 1150 PCMCIA/Orinoco/Yenta problem w/ 2.6.4/5
On Wed, 2004-06-02 at 23:31 -0400, Aaron Mulder wrote:
> I'm working with a Dell Inspiron 8200 laptop, and I've tried SuSE
> 9.1 Pro (2.6.4-54.5) and Fedora Core 2 (2.6.5-x I think, but I'm on SuSE
> now). The laptop has 2 normal PCMCIA slots, and a Dell TrueMobile 1150
> mini-PCI card, which is apparently implemented as a PCMCIA card in a 3rd
> PCMCIA slot (handled by the orinoco_cs driver).

The Fedora tracking bug is:

It has currently about a dozen people Cc'ing it.

> I guess I'm assuming that this is a kernel bug and that it
> shouldn't matter if the orinoco_cs module is loaded before PCMCIA and/or
> yenta_socket. But I guess it could be a distro bug if the module behavior
> is intentional.

It would be nice to find out which scenario it is.

Dax Kelson

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