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SubjectRe: CardBus and PCI
Ookhoi wrote:
>
> Hi Jeff Garzik,
>
> > Wakko Warner wrote:
> > > > > If a CardBus card is in a slot at boot time is it treated as PCI device
> > > > > would be? Is it just another device on another PCI bus?
> > > >
> > > > In kernel 2.4 and using kernel cardbus support, yes.
> > >
> > > But is it possible for it to be configured at boot time (like to use it for
> > > nfsroot)
> >
> > In kernel 2.4 and using kernel cardbus support, yes.
>
> It didn't work for me a few kernels back as the cardbus nic got active
> after the assignment of the ip address and after the nfsroot mount
> (which both failed because of that).

That's an ordering problem that's easy to fix...

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