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SubjectRe: problem with PCMCIA and kernel 2.4.x
On Tue, 14 Aug 2001 benjilr@free.fr wrote:

> I've a problem Because when the PCMCIA start, I've the message :
> PCI : NO IRQ known for interrupt pin A of device 01:02.0 please try
> using pci=bios, but when this parametre, IRQ is always unknow.
>
> But when kernel Start, I've this message :
> PCI : Probing PCI hardware
> Unknow bridge ressource 2: assuming transparent
> PCI : Using IRQ router PIIX [8086/244c] at 00:1f.0

i have the same effect with a sony PCG-FX209, kernel 2.4.8 and
pcmcia 3.1.22. what is even stranger is that i have to invoke modprobe
yenta_socket without any options first, or else the pci=biosirq option
will not be recognized. so the startscript in /etc/init.d/pcmcia reads:

modprobe pcmcia_core
modprobe yenta_socket
modprobe yenta_socket pci=biosirq

--
peter koellner <peter@mezzo.net>


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