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SubjectRe: [Linux/TP600] RE: PCMCIA Cards on 2.4.0
> > Well, 2.4.0 does not seem to be able to talk to
> > the card. The first sign of trouble is the lines:
> >
> > cs: socket c13d4800 timed out during reset.
> > Try increasing setup_delay.
> >
> > at the point where other kernels say instead:
> >
> > cs: cb_alloc(bus 5): vendor 0x10b7, device 0x5057
> >
> > and so the former does not seem to be able to access
> > the card while the others are happy.


While this "thread" is sort of reallly old now; does anyone have
any more solutions to offer? I only recently tried to upgrade my
TP600 from linux-2.4.0-test6 to 2.4.2... And I am stuck with the
above error. Neither of previously proposed solutions (disable
ACPI and build PCMCIA support into kernel instead of a module)
work. My Xircom 100MB+56k still fails with the above error... :(


Any further ideas, what could be done to "fix" this?


Benedikt

By three methods we may learn wisdom:
First, by reflection which is noblest;
second, by imitation, which is the easiest;
and third, by experience, which is the bitterest.
- Confucius (B.C. 551-479)

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