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Forum: PCMCIA Wireless Network Adapter Issues
Re: Question lucent ieee turbo pci adapter (Bob Cohen)
Re: Feedback same problem for me! (Guillaum Dallaire)
Re: None PCI interrupt routing? (David Hinds)
Re: More pcmcia startup (Guillaum Dallaire)
Date: 2000, Mar 30
From: David Hinds <>

> Mar 27 14:09:34 localhost kernel: PCI routing table version 1.0 at 0xf0b40 
> Mar 27 14:09:34 localhost kernel:   unknown PCI interrupt router 10b9:1533 

This is the crucial "bad thing".  This adapter card uses a PCI
interrupt to communicate with the system.  The Linux kernel does not
know how to deduce the interrupt routing for your host bridge, which
appears to be an Acer M1533.  Without that information, the drivers
report "no pci irq", and can't set up interrupt handling correctly.

I've contacted Acer to find out if I can get a datasheet for this host

-- Dave

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