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Forum: PCMCIA Installation and Configuration Issues
Re: Question how to find a PC104 PCMCIA adapter? (c. chris erway)
Date: 2000, May 15
From: David Hinds <>

I checked their web site and it appears that the PCM-3115B uses a
Vadem VG-468 chipset, which is supported by the linux drivers.

I've had people tell me they've used PC104 cards with VG-468 chipsets,
as well as Cirrus PD672x chipsets, successfully.  I have not kept
track of specific vendors and product codes.

What happens when you load the Linux PCMCIA drivers?  Does the i82365
module fail out with a "not found" message?  There is only one setting
that is relevant for this type of controller: the i365_base parameter
has to point to the card's base IO address, which is normally 0x3e0.
The documentation for the PCM-3115B should indicate if there are any
jumpers for configuring the IO address.

-- Dave

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