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SubjectRe: Why not PCMCIA built-in and yenta/i82365 as modules
On Tue, Nov 21, 2000 at 10:44:30PM -0300, Horst von Brand wrote:
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> If you have a laptop with an assortment of cards, you might want to have
> the generic builtin and the cards themselves as modules.

No, that's ok, and that's supported with the current config scripts.

The original question was about having the generic code built in, but
the socket driver (yenta) as a module. The socket driver needs to be
loaded regardless of what cards you're using. So I think having one
in the kernel and the other as a module is of limited utility.

-- Dave
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