Re: APM realy sucks on 2.6.x
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Tue Jun 08 2004 - 04:57:43 EST
> | I agree that supporting PCMCIA is usefull, and that linux should run
> | on old hardware; but you can see that PCMCIA and APM is in "old
> | hardware" category, along with ISA, Pentium I CPUs and serial ports.
> Well I wouldn't put PCMCIA into the same part as ISA and Pentium I,
> because my 2 year old Sonylaptop with a Pentium-M 4 1.5Ghz has PCMCIA
> slots ... So its not like it is found only on stone old Laptops.
That's cardbus, I believe. Its backwards compatible to PCMCIA.
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