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SubjectRe: Cardbus on 2.3.36


On Wed, 5 Jan 2000, Dominik Kubla wrote:
>
> Ok. That does only happen when i82365 support is enabled. But when i
> disable it as you requested us to do, nothing works: modprobe/insmod simply
> refuse to load yenta.o ("couldn't find the kernel version the module was
> compiled for"). Now how did that ever happen? Do i need to compile Cardbus
> as intrinsic driver instead of loadable module?

Please do. It shouldn't need to be that way, but I haven't tried it any
other way - I'll get this fixed up in a jiffy (but I'll also be very happy
about patches).

> Yep. Compiling USB as module gave me my keyboard/mouse back. Funny...

There's also been a number of USB updates recently, so who knows..

Linus


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