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Sad Problems with 3.1.7 kernel 2.2.13 Redhat 6.0 

Forum: PCMCIA Installation and Configuration Issues
Date: 1999, Dec 19
From: dave_sneddon

I am having problems with an ISA to PCMCIA card, in that my
Netwave card is always recognised as a memory card. I've
followed the various instructions in the HOWTO and man pages
but no success.
Here is the output from the syslog for the initial load:

Intel PCIC probe:
  Ricoh RF5C296/396 ISA-to-PCMCIA at port 0x3e0 ofs 0x00, 1 socket
    host opts [0]: none
    ISA irqs (default) = 3 polling interval = 1000 ms
cs: IO port probe 0x1000-0x17ff: excluding 0x1330-0x1337 0x1388-0x138f 0x1730-0x
1737 0x1788-0x178f
cs: IO port probe 0x0100-0x04ff: excluding 0x388-0x38f 0x4d0-0x4d7
cs: IO port probe 0x0a00-0x0aff: clean.
cs: unable to map card memory!
cs: unable to map card memory!
memory_cs: RequestWindow: Resource in use

And here is the output from dump_i365:

RicIntel PCIC probe: i82365sl B step found, 1 sockets
Socket 0:
  Identification and revision = 0x83
  Interface status = 0xff
    [bvd1/stschg] [bvd2/spkr] [detect] [wrprot] [ready] [poweron] [gpi]
  Power control = 0xd5
    [output] [Vcc=5v] [Vpp=5v]
  Interrupt and general control = 0x40
    [irq=0]
  Card status change = 00
   
  Card status change interrupt control = 0x08
    [detect] [irq = 0]
  Card detect and general control = 00
   
  Global control = 00
   
  Memory window 0: [OFF]
    start = 0000, stop = 0000, offset = 0000
  Memory window 1: [OFF]
    start = 0000, stop = 0000, offset = 0000
  Memory window 2: [OFF]
    start = 0000, stop = 0000, offset = 0000
  Memory window 3: [OFF]
    start = 0000, stop = 0000, offset = 0000
  Memory window 4: [OFF]
    start = 0000, stop = 0000, offset = 0000
  I/O window 0: [OFF]
    start = 0000, stop = 0x0001
  I/O window 1: [OFF]
    start = 0000, stop = 0x0001

Please help me.

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None Looks like a goofed up /etc/pcmcia/config.opts file

Re: Sad Problems with 3.1.7 kernel 2.2.13 Redhat 6.0
Date: 1999, Dec 20
From: David Hinds <dhinds@pcmcia.sourceforge.org>

> cs: unable to map card memory!

This implies that you have commented out or otherwise messed up all of
the memory window definitions in the default /etc/pcmcia/config.opts
file.  How, exactly, have you modified this file?

-- Dave
1. Sad What should it be? by dave_sneddon@excite.com, 1999, Dec 20
Problems with 3.1.7 kernel 2.2.13 Redhat 6.0


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