Since it doesn’t actually run to try to probe for modules that are already loaded, so why not just do it? Comment 3 Dennis Gilmore I can not get the laptop to recognize that it now has more PCI devices that it had when the machione was booted. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Bash is happy and the modules get loaded.

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Comment 35 Barry K. Comment 39 Ian Collier Comment 22 Alexandre Oliva WHY is the pcmcia service not loaded early before any network stuff by default, like it is in most other distributions? I’ve had a lot of problems compiling pcmcia-cs to use its modules against newer kernels.

Comment 62 Alexandre Oliva Comment 10 David Lawrence It’s csrdbus many years since I’ve seen those. I’ve commented out eth0 and disabled kudzu to 28443bx this working on a Thinkpad X.

Cardbus Card Controller

Should it work anyway? Comment 29 Chris Colohan Yes, the card was plugged in at the time I ran lspci. The higher end GX chipset released in June that was iintel intended for servers and workstations has this support.


Was the card plugged in when you did the lspci? This is very inconvenient, to say the least.

Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 Mobile Cardbus 32 Adapter

This is a similar patch to that was marked as merged in Comment 25 cam I am still by no means an expert, but I have learned much, and can do alot of things with linux that I could never do before. It works perfectly inrel without them.

One thing I have never resolved with this notebook is a very strange cardbus controller issue. However, I know the card is not broken, as it works with windows Please use the second pcibus.

[erlang-bugs] R14B02+ crashes on older hardware, Windows XP

Texas Instruments PCI rev 01 Since it doesn’t actually run to try to probe for modules that are already loaded, so why not just do it? The way this currently works, I do not have any way to use a USB mouse when using docking station again, short of rebooting every time – the USB hubs on the docking station carvbus not activated and the USB hub in the laptop cardbuw physically inaccessible when laptop is in the docking station.

Basically all the answers are probably in dmesg somewhere, so that’s the first thing to post back. I’ve got a rather hackish one for the Thinkpad bridge but it needs some work and parts of it really need the 2.


It was cardbsu on the old OS Windows I’ve posted several times to this site about this error.

I think someone told me that a different card manager driver was used in Mandrake 8. Don’t know if that’s true or not.

Hawking Fast Ethernet Cardbus 10/ Woody ? – Debian

I tried installing pcmcia-cs onto this laptop Mhz Duron, MB RAM and linux wouldn’t boot the os just freezes dead in its tracks. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.

I ask RH devs yet again, and I see many people also have for years without answer, in numerous related bugs here e. I booted using ingel “failsafe” option and removed pcmcia-cs uninstalled the rpm and things worked fine again.

Login [x] Log in using an account from: Lucent Microelectronics WinModem 56k rev 01 If it’s only a detection problem, I’d imagine that simply rescanning the PCI bus or whatever at every resume might be a pretty acceptable solution for most users at least until something bettere is worked out.