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Forum: PCMCIA on Toshiba laptops
Re: Question BreezeCom/Raylink PCMCIA Does Not Configure on Toshiba Tecra (John Turkovich)
Date: 1999, Dec 10
From: David Hinds <dhinds@pcmcia.sourceforge.org>

I'm not exactly sure how this came to pass, but my best guess is that
you've got a kernel that was configured with "maximum physical memory"
set to 2GB... and most of your PCMCIA modules know this and are fine,
however, the ray_cs.o module thinks this is set to 1GB.

Did you compile the ray_cs module yourself?  Did you compile either
your own kernel, or your own PCMCIA package?  If I had to guess, I'd
say that you are using a stock kernel and PCMCIA package (which work
together fine), but you got a pre-compiled ray_cs.o file from another
source?

-- Dave

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1. Question Configures but Cannot Contact by John Turkovich, 1999, Dec 17
(_ None You'll probably need to talk to the ray_cs guy by David Hinds, 1999, Dec 17

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