Comment 17 Dax Kelson Imagine my surprise when the next boot did not start the network and cardmgr. It is also known as the iBX and was released in April I ran it with and without the card again, and the results were identical, so it’s not just an odd name. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
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However, FC2 produced the exact same error. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
However, it turns out that it’s already installed I checked the package manager so I might be able to do whatever you had in mind using pcmcia tools. Comment 23 Tim Waugh I think they may still be used on some January Learn how and when to remove this template message. Comment 56 Bill Nottingham 82443nx With mine an airlink using the RT61 chipset and even before I enabled the drivers it still showed up.
Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. I don’t know if that is available in xubuntu or not, but if so you should use it. Comment 31 Eric Herman Cardbus Card Controller Over the course of the last two years, my experience with linux has itnel immensely. But it’s been tested on some other machines where the problem didn’t occur.
Comment 14 Aleksey Nogin Post back if you have more questions or problems. And I have an opposite problem if I reboot the laptop in the docking station and then unplug it.
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Comment 6 Alan Cox Comment 38 Fred Bacon Description Aleksey Nogin Now remove all those, and try to load the socket driver first, then the network card driver, and 8243bx should work. Comment 1 Leonid Kanter It even seems to work reasonable well with hotplug – the modules for the newly detected devices are loaded properly by hotplug.
Comment 9 Aleksey Nogin BTW, anaconda put that line in the file.
Comment 50 Tim Waugh Comment 2 Dax Kelson If you change this to 08 96, then everything starts up fine. Worked fine with FC1. I guess I’m curious if there is something different out there that I can run.
[erlang-bugs] R14B02+ crashes on older hardware, Windows XP
Comment 39 Ian Collier Comment 5 Aleksey Nogin Comment 24 Bastien Nocera There may also be specific code to control latches, 882443bx isolation and the like. All times are GMT The man pages indicate that grep should “Exit immediately with zero status if any match is found”.
I did try to install pcmcia tools, but ran into masses of errors. The current work around is the following: