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Re: PCMCIA broken (was Re: no ndis* at cardbus?)
On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 19:48:12 +0100
Matthias Drochner <M.Drochner%fz-juelich.de@localhost> wrote:
> As said, CompactFlash works for me. Seems I'm just lucky.
> plunky%rya-online.net@localhost said:
> > RBUS_IO_BASE = 0x4000 # default, does not work
> > RBUS_IO_BASE = 0x0a00 # works.
> Perhaps there is some problem with incomplete decoding?
> The i386 CARDBUS config file suggests 0x600 btw.
> > at least one 32-bit card that I have
> > (a USB2.0 card I think with VIA chips) caused a panic on insertion
> > but I didn't write the reason down
> most likely an address conflict with something allocated
> by the BIOS, leading to all kinds of weird symptoms
> >  I haven't worked out how to make the message buffer persist
> > through a reboot on this machine yet
I've tried a CF card via an adapter in a PCMCIA slot. It's never
worked on my amd64 laptop (T61), running -current from about 15 months
until now -- it finds the controller but not the disk. It had been
working on a T42, but this morning it found the disk bout couldn't read
from it. (This is running 5.99.6.)
--Steve Bellovin, http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~smb
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