Use this page to discuss porting, installation, configuration, and use of the Linux PCMCIA package on non-x86 platforms. These might include PowerPC-based Apple Powerbooks; the DEC Multia and other Alpha-based platforms; the Amiga; and the ARM platform.

Since almost all PCMCIA development has happened on x86, most client drivers are poorly tested, if at all, on other platforms. Some may not be 64-bit-clean or big-endian-clean. The SUPPORTED.CARDS file attempts to identify which drivers are known to work on which platforms, however, this information is presently very sparse. Additions or corrections are welcome.


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1. Question spinlock compile problem on ppc by Michael Baer, 1999, Nov 08
1. Ok Untitled by Tsuneya Watabe, 1999, Nov 27
2. Question Panic on card insert on ppc g3, 3.1.11 / 2.2.x by Wim Lewis, 2000, Feb 21
1. None PCMCIA on PowerPC is problematic by David Hinds, 2000, Feb 22
1. Feedback PCMCIA on PowerPC by Wim Lewis, 2000, Feb 23
... 3 Message(s)
2. None 3C589C works fine with changed memory address (Apple pismo) by Christoph Eyrich, 2000, May 25
3. Question Problems compiling (DEC Multia) by Chor Teik Joon, 2000, Feb 27
1. None It's actually a bug in libc by David Hinds, 2000, Feb 28
4. Sad "no valid ROM images found!" on 3.1.12 pcmcia-cs: How can I deal with it? by Tsuneya Watabe, 2000, Mar 10
1. None The irq thing is easy; I'm not sure about the bus problem by David Hinds, 2000, Mar 10
(_ Feedback Thank you for suggestions; beta solved IRQ problem and bus numbering was my fault. by Tsuneya Watabe, 2000, Mar 12
5. Question tulip_cb.o: unresolved symbol DEV_FREE_SK (pcmcia-cs.13-Mar) by Tsuneya Watabe, 2000, Mar 14
1. None Just a mistake by David Hinds, 2000, Mar 14
(_ Ok Now it's okay. Thank you. by Tsuneya Watabe, 2000, Mar 15
6. Question Problem of smc91c92_cs with a potentially supported card by Tsuneya Watabe, 2000, Mar 23
1. Ok Many thanks for new smc91c92_cs.c by Tsuneya Watabe, 2000, May 06
7. None WaveLan Turbo Gold by Ulyssis Bravo, 2000, May 12
8. Sad pcmcia-cs-3.1.13 and 15 can't cross-compile for powerpc by Tom Eden, 2000, May 22
1. None I think you've already built everything you need by David Hinds, 2000, May 22
9. Question failure in compiling pcmcia-cs-3.1.16 and 3.1.17 beta by Tsuneya Watabe, 2000, Jun 12
1. None Sorry about that... by David Hinds, 2000, Jun 12
10. Question No PCMCIA success on Apple PowerBook PISMO (long, sorry) by Albrecht Dress, 2000, Jul 19
1. Ok Success: PCMCIA working on Lombard/Pismo by Albrecht Dress, 2000, Aug 02
11. Question PB3400 by Claus Enneper, 2000, Aug 02
1. None Re: Question: PB3400 by David Hinds, 2000, Aug 02
(_ None Re: Question: PB3400 by Claus Enneper, 2000, Aug 02
1. None You have a CardBus bridge by David Hinds, 2000, Aug 02
... 1 Message(s)
2. Feedback I _think_ this should work... by Albrecht Dress, 2000, Aug 03
12. Question support for PPC 8xx by Matthew Locke, 2000, Aug 08
1. None Re: I've been waiting for more feedback by Matthew Locke, 2000, Aug 08
2. None I've been waiting for more feedback by David Hinds, 2000, Aug 08
13. Question Harald Roelle's changes in 3.1.19? by Paul J. Lucas, 2000, Aug 18
1. None No, they have not by David Hinds, 2000, Aug 18
(_ None Re: No, they have not by Paul J. Lucas, 2000, Aug 18

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