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SubjectRe: PCMCIA-USB interfaces for linux?
On Sun, 14 Oct 2001, Ian Stirling wrote:

> Are there any PCMCIA(not cardbus)-usb interfaces around, usable by linux,
> for those of us with older laptops?

I wouldn't count on it. The 'normal' USB controller (uhci,ohci,ehci(usb
2.0)) specs are defined in terms of PCI accesses. PCMCIA means no PCI, so
even if such a card exists, I think it is very unlikely to work with
(semi)standard drivers.
However, someone on this list once mentinned he had an ISA USB adapter, so
you never know.

Frank

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