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Forum: PCMCIA driver development
Re: Question PCMCIA / linux kernel sync process? (bob kuehne)
Re: None The process is still being worked out (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Feb 09
From: bob kuehne 3bob

> There are a large number of new "issues" with the PCMCIA
> support in the 2.3.* kernel tree.

how true. i thought i'd just glom 2.3.42 and i'd not
have to reinstall the 3.1 pcmcia stuff - what optimism. :)

>  other people, that I did not agree with.  Sorting out these 
> problems will take time.

undoubtedly. one of the biggest problems i noticed was
simply that of confusion. the pcmcia stuff is scattered
in the config setup in several places. i wasn't sure if
i needed to enable wireless lan support, and cardbus support,
or if one or the other was sufficient, etc. tres confusing.

> PCMCIA release numbers do not follow the odd=development, 
> even=stable convention used for kernel releases.

ok. is there a convention to signify which is stable, or is
there simply an accepted last-known-stable version? that said,
3.1.10 has been a champ for me. i esp appreciate the rolled-in
airo drivers.

curiosly,
bob

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