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Question SIGHUP to cardmgr fixes break, why? 

Forum: PCMCIA Installation and Configuration Issues
Date: 1999, Dec 23
From: Dan dan

Howzit,

running kernel 2.0.34, cs 3.0.14 (my vadem 469 won't work with newer cs versions)

scenario :

  boot = OK
  load pcmcia_core, i82365, ds = OK
  start cardmgr (wavelan card inserted) socket 0 is seen and treated as anonymous memory. fails with "unable to map card memory..."

then :

  cardctl eject = OK
  kill -HUP `cat /var/run/cardmgr.pid` = OK (rescans)
  cardctl insert = OK

repeat :
  cardctl eject = OK
  cardctl insert = OK...

Everything works after SIGHUP to cardmgr.

Question : How can I get my 'system' to boot in the 'SIGHUP' state to start with? Which module load options would show this kind of effect?

I know we're close here...

thanks in advance,

--danno@mindsong.com

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1. Ok Fixed that problem... (jeez) by Dan, 2000, Jan 16

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