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Re: Sad Wavelen(Lucent) PCI-PCMCIA adapter problems (Stuart Butterfield)
Re: None Unknown interrupt router (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Jul 28
From: Stuart Butterfield ButterfieldS

Thanks for that David, you are correct in that it has fixed 'at least
this part'. Any idea now how to gert it to see the controller?
Starting Card Services gives the following messages:

# /etc/rc.d/init.d/pcmcia restart
Shutting down PCMCIA services:.
Starting PCMCIA services:
    modules/lib/modules/2.2.14-5.0/pcmcia/i82365.o:
       init_module: Device or resource busy
    /lib/modules/2.2.14-5.0/pcmcia/ds.o:
       init_module: Device or resource busy cardmgr.

And in /var/log/messages:

kernel: Linux PCMCIA Card Services 3.1.20
kernel:   kernel build: 2.2.14-5.0 #1 Tue Mar 7 21:07:39 EST 2000
kernel:   options:  [pci] [cardbus] [apm]
kernel: PCI routing table version 1.0 at 0xf6740
kernel: Intel PCIC probe: not found.
kernel: ds: no socket drivers loaded!
cardmgr[23072]: starting, version is 3.1.20
cardmgr[23072]: no pcmcia driver in /proc/devices
cardmgr[23072]: exiting
kernel: unloading PCMCIA Card Services


I suppose there's always a chance my colleague hasn't actually
inserted the PCI-PCMCIA cards correctly ... :-(

--
Stuart

dhinds@valinux.com writes:
 > On Thu, Jul 27, 2000 at 08:33:24AM -0700, Stuart Butterfield wrote:
 >
 > > kernel: PCI routing table version 1.0 at 0xf6740
 > > kernel:   unknown PCI interrupt router 8086:2420
 >
 > Try the 27-Jul-00 beta on projects.sourceforge.net in
 > /pub/pcmcia-cs/NEW.  That should fix at least this part.
 >
 > -- Dave

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None That is not a good sign

Re: Feedback Re: Unknown interrupt router (Stuart Butterfield)
Date: 2000, Jul 28
From: David Hinds <dhinds@pcmcia.sourceforge.org>

> kernel: Intel PCIC probe: not found.

Oof, that is bad.  I've had a few reports of systems that refuse to
notice that these PCI cards even exist.  Check to see if the card
shows up in /proc/pci or "lspci".  If the linux PCI system does not
see the card, then there's no way for the PCMCIA drivers to do
anything about it.

If this is the case, try contacting Martin Mares, mj@ucw.cz.  He is
the Linux PCI maintainer.

-- Dave

Agree Yep, it's a PCI failure

Re: None That is not a good sign (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Jul 31
From: Stuart Butterfield ButterfieldS

David, you're assumption was correct. There's no sign of the Lucent bridge in /proc/pci or lspci. I'll take it to the PCI guy.

Many thanks for your help.

Stuart.Butterfield@philips.com

Agree Yep, it's a PCI failure

Re: None That is not a good sign (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Jul 31
From: Stuart Butterfield ButterfieldS

David, your assumption was correct. There's no sign of the Lucent bridge in /proc/pci or lspci. I'll take it to the PCI guy.

Many thanks for your help.

Stuart.Butterfield@philips.com

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