Garst R. Reese (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 12 Mar 1998 17:38:28 -0400
John Kennedy wrote:
> 03/12/98 @ 11:56:02 AM (Thursday)
> [Garst R. Reese]
> > Does anybody have pcmcia working after 2.1.88? I patched ds.c for the
> > poll_wait, bit cardctl does not work and modprobe cannot find serial_cs.
> > Serial support is built in, not a module. pcmcia_cs-3.0.1Mar05
> That actually broke after pre-2.1.89-2. If you use the patch below and
> HUP the cardmgr daemon things seem to work normally. I haven't printf()ed
> the code to try and figure out where it's getting hung up.
> I mailed David Hinds about it before pcmcia-cs.03-Mar-98 and .05-Mar-98
> came out but it didn't work through linux-2.1.89. I tried it with the
> latest (currently pre-2.1.90-2) and ran into a bunch of problems with
> CONFIG_MAX_MEMSIZE being undeclared, so I'm going to have to figure
> that one out.
> I see that pcmcia-cs.12-Mar-98 is out, so I'll have to try that too.
> --- john
Thanks john, I just got 12-Mar. It complained about CONFIG_MAX_MEMSIZE
I edited pcm/include/linux/config.h and added:
#define CONFIG_MAX_MEMSIZE 1024
This is a new config option in 90-2, it popped up when I did make
oldconfig and I accepted the 1024 default since I have less than 1G mem
:( poor me :)
This is coming at you from 2.1.90-2, pcmcia-cs-12-Mar-98.
[snipped patch is obsolete]
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