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SubjectRe: O2Micro PCMCIA card support
> it seems that it probes only the ISA bus?), but the yenta module (mistakenly?)
> detects it as an yenta socket, but tries to load two memory_cs modules instead
> of the appropriate card drivers. The output of lspci shows:

Correctly I think. Its a full cardbus

> 00:03.0 CardBus bridge: O2 Micro, Inc. 6836 (rev 62)
> 00:03.1 CardBus bridge: O2 Micro, Inc. 6836 (rev 62)
> Am I missing something or is the support for this card broken?

The yenta stuff should be solid by now. Loading memory drivers tends to
indicate a timing problem is still there.

> One more thing: Is there any planned support for AX88190 cards? The
> vendor distributed modified version of 8390 driver is available only
> for pcmcia-cs, but sometimes freezes the whole system.

The AX88190 is a very broken 8390 clone. It requires ugly hacks you dont want
in a generic 8390 driver.
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