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SubjectRe: Module read a file?
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> On Thu, Oct 11, 2001 at 02:25:09PM -0700, Mark Atwood wrote:
> >
> > Because the firmware is stored in volitile memory on the card, and
> > vanishes on a card reset or removal, and I would like to have it Just
> > Work with the pcmcia-cs package with minimal changes.
>
> Then add a script in the proper place in the linux-hotplug [1] package,
> which will run everytime your card is inserted. This is how USB
> firmware loads will be done in 2.5.

Or, the existing PCMCIA scripts from the pcmcia-cs package in
/etc/pcmcia
Assuming the card is recognised in some way, perhaps as a memory card,
you just stick the program to load the code into memory.opts
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