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SubjectRe: Why not PCMCIA built-in and yenta/i82365 as modules
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> Wasn't there some strange laptop model which had PCMCIA floppy/CDROM,
> which are unavailable to bootstrap process, unless PCMCIA is supported
> at the booting kernel ?

I have seen a couple where the floppy/cdrom are supported by the bios but
then vanish. Generally they are left mapped which means if you know the
right ide= incantation it works.

Remember you can solve this with an initrd.

Alan

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