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SubjectRe: current snapshots of pcmcia


David Hinds wrote:
>
> On Mon, Nov 06, 2000 at 04:45:52PM -0700, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> >
> > On a related topic, I've pulled down your stuff at sourceforge and we
> > are using it for our 2.4 build. Is this the baest place or do you have
> > somewhere more recent and is this the list to report bugs? We have seen
> > some problems with IBM thinkpads with DSP devices having some issues
> > (like the volume control doesn't work right on 2.4). Most are just
> > annoyances and what I would classify as level IV bugs (very
> > non-critical).
>
> The sourceforge site is the most up to date place for PCMCIA. That is
> the best place to report bugs that are specific to that code. For
> bugs that are specific to things in the 2.4 tree and/or have to do
> with how PCMCIA interacts with other subsystems (i.e., the problem
> that started this thread, where I think the problem is in the PCI
> subsystem), then linux-kernel is probably a better place.

Thanks

:-)

Jeff

>
> -- Dave
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