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SubjectNotes accordig to yenta.c and frozing kernel
Hallo l-k,

I have three scenarios:

The first one:
Boot linux to multi-user: when initialize PCMCIA, then kernel
freeze

The second one:
Boot linux to single-user and then run /etc/init.d/pcmcia start
(I have Debian sid distribution): kernel freeze

The third one:
Boot linux to the multi-user, but w/o initializing PCMCIA. When
computer booted, go to single user using 'init 1'. Then try to
initialize PCMCIA: PCMCIA works!!!??? Now I can switch to
multi-user and everythink works fine...

Is there a method to test where is the problem?

Sincerely
Jan Marek
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Ing. Jan Marek
University of South Bohemia
Academic Computer Centre
Phone: +420-38-7772080
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