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SubjectRe: IrDA and PCMCIA

> ...
> Linux PCMCIA Card Services 3.1.11
> options: [pci] [cardbus] [pm]
> Yenta IRQ list 0698, PCI irq11
> ...

The PCMCIA IRQ probes can hang the system if it probes the wrong IRQ. Fix
your PCMCIA config.

> Without the next line. I don't know what's wrong on my side --
> kernel 2.2.16 worked just fine... There is a possibility, that I'll check
> later, 'cause it can be my modification to get_random_bytes that just
> returns with exit code 1 instead of writing anything to the text console.
>
> 2. the second issue is not so simple. When I load some modules for
> my IrDA to work:
>
> ircomm-tty 18376 0 (unused)
> ircomm 6648 0 [ircomm-tty]
> irtty 5092 2
> irport 4544 0 (unused)
> irda 75201 2 [ircomm-tty ircomm irtty irport]
>
> and fire up irattach and irmanager (btw, smc-ircc module doesn't
> work... Maybe i've got to supply some IO addresses, but I don't know them
> and it's my first day of playing with this...) with devices discovery on,
> it doesn't discover anything. (If anyone want, I can check if it does emit
> any kind of infrared then with my Palm, but for the tests I've been using
> Nokia 7110 mobile phone). When I remove my Xircom CEM-56 PCMCIA card from
> it's slot, suddenly... there is my phone discovered! And if I put this
> PCMCIA card do it's slot, IrDA connection and pc card are working
> seamlessly.
>
> What should I do? Is this a bug? If so, can I help? I am not a
> coder... and I'm NOT subscribed to this list (I can't fetch it using my
> 28k8 dialup connection), so PLEASE CC: every mail in reply to this to
> me...

Please post this to the PCMCIA list / developers. Seems like things bite
eachother.


Igmar

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