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Forum: PCMCIA Wireless Network Adapter Issues
Re: Question Windows-2-Linux communication problems (Andrew Fernandes)
Re: News The problem is in Cardmgr! (Andrew Fernandes)
Date: 2000, Aug 31
From: Andrew Fernandes <andrew@fernandes.org>

It turns out that I was using a waaaaay too long

 module "wavelan2_cs" opts "irq_list=11 network_name=Studio20 port_type=3 station_name=Herbie channel=10 enable_encryption=y key_1=xxxxxxxxxxxxx transmit_key_id=1 pc_debug=0x7fffffff debug_flags=0xffffffff"

The line blew cardmgr's internal buffers.

That's the good news.

The bad news is now I can bring up both the Lucent and the GPL driver... and neither of them can talk to Windows.

I'm not impressed, Lucent...

I'll call their tech support and kvetch...

(David - I'll email my patch to you to look at)!

-Andrew.

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