Subject: Re: More SPARCbook insanity
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bernd Sieker <email@example.com>
Date: 04/10/2005 22:28:00
On 10.04.05, 15:50:08, Michael wrote:
> > Note that it is indeed not an "unknown Lucent chipset", but rather
> > a well-known PRISM 2.5.
> Hmm, my sources are pretty fresh. Does this card need anything else than
> wi* at pcmcia?
> Any additional options?
No, not that I'm aware of.
> Hmm, the ts102 supports 3.3v and 5v cards, I didn't have a look at the logic behind this, it may well be that your card gets the wrong voltage.
I doubt it would get that far with the wrong voltage. From my
experience cards that don't get the right voltage are not detected
> > The MAC address read from the card is correct.
> Good :)
> > Btw, are there any PCMCIA (not Cardbus) USB cards?
> Hmm, there are USB ISA cards, so that's definitely a maybe. I saw a lot of USB cards in the right size, but they may well be CardBus, kind of hard to tell just by looking at them from afar. ( some small notch next to the connector is the whole difference )
All cards for which I find drivers in NetBSD are Cardbus cards. :(
> > It would be a killer to have USB on the SPARCbook.
> have fun
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