Re: yenta_socket: PCMCIA-Cards are not recognised by kernel

From: Christian KrÃmer
Date: Sat Sep 05 2009 - 15:48:24 EST

On Saturday 05 September 2009 16:30:22 Wolfram Sang wrote:
> (As a first note: The dmesg output suffers from linebreaks. Please make
> sure your MUA doesn't split up the logs.)
> > Even I installed gentoo with the downloaded from
> Good. The sysfs-errors went away, too.
> > [ 0.000000] IBM Thinkpad 600 Series 2645 detected: force use of
> > acpi=noirq
> Uh oh. Which BIOS version do you have?

The configuration interface displays: IBET41WW, 05/12/99.
I know this isn't the newest version, but I don't have a floppy device for the
laptop. I'll try to brun a dos cd with el torito folppy emulation, maybe i can
upgrade it this way.

> > [ 1.179419] ACPI: ACPI Dock Station Driver: 1 docks/bays found
> Well, looks like you are using a docking station. Does it work without the
> docking station? What is its name? There seem to be more problems with
> those, for example:

Strange, I'dont use a docking station. I have not even got one.

> > [ 1.183173] * Found PM-Timer Bug on the chipset. Due to workarounds
> > for a bug, [ 1.183191] * this clock source is slow. Consider trying
> > other clock sources
> Wow, there seem to be quite some issues with this laptop...


> To make sure: Do regular PC Cards (non-CardBus) work with/without the
> docking station? (I would assume that...)

With regular PC Cards you mean 16 bit cards, don't you? I have only those one
wlan card, but i can try to organisate one.

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