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Linus Torvalds wrote:

> Right now, I suspect that the in-kernel pcmcia code is actually at the
> point where it _is_ possible to use it. David Hinds has been keeping the
> cs layer in synch with the external versions, and tons of people have
> helped make the low-level drivers stable again.
>
> If somebody still has a problem with the in-kernel stuff, speak up.

I'm going to speak up as someone who uses the in-kernel code without
problems (on my Dell Inspiron 5000e and Dell/3Com CardBus 10/100 NIC).
The in-kernel support always seems to get a bad rap, so I want to mention
that, for some people anyway, the in-kernel code works just as well as
the external code.

I do understand that the in-kernel support isn't as mature as the external
support yet. However, it isn't universally broken and useless either.

-Barry K. Nathan <barryn@pobox.com>
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