Joined: Dec. 2003
||Posted: Dec. 24 2003,06:31
|Quote (Delboy @ Dec. 10 2003,20:22)|
|I have a PCMCIA Xircom CEM56 'credit card' Ethernet/Modem which I have both been told by the vendor and have seen confirmation in the Linux PCMCIA 'howto'/compatibility guide on the web that it is linux suitable.
When I boot up from the ISO it seems to be recognised alright but the configuration seems to fail at the end:-|
card mgr (391): starting, version is 3.22
card mgr (391): socket 0: Xircom CEM56 Ethernet/Modem
card mgr (391): executing modprobe xirc2ps_cs
card mgr (391): executing modprobe serial_cs
card mgr (391): get dev info on socket 0 failed: Resource temporarily unavailable.
Any clarification on compatability and DSL support will be gratefully recieved.
find where cardmger runs in your start up scripts comment it out reboot and try to modprobe xirc2ps_cs
something looks wrong with cardmgr modprobe should install serial_cs on its owen when it installs xirc2ps_cs
I have an ethernet card on this computer and modprobe installs serial_cs when it installs the module for the eather net card
another thing that could be wrong is that the card has ben installs with windows at some time windblows has a habit of rewriting the address in the card's eproms so that linux can't use it with out rewriting the eproms I had this happen with an asante ethernet card