|To:||Pete Popov <email@example.com>|
|Subject:||Re: PCMCIA on AMD Alchemy Au1100 boards|
|From:||James Cope <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 15 Dec 2003 17:38:19 +0000|
On 15 Dec 2003, at 17:03, Pete Popov wrote:
What version of 2.4 are you running?
2.4.23-rc3 (CVS tag linux_2_4).
Sounds familiar, I think. Sounds like mismatch in the driver name and the pcmcia config file. If your driver is named ide_cs, the "devinfo" inside the driver is set to "ide_cs" and that string won't match an "ide-cs", which is probably what your pcmcia config file has... I'm guessing.
In the kernel source the driver is named ide-cs and in the pcmcia-cs-3.1.22 tree it is named ide_cs. Not only are they named differently, but they behave differently too. I have since `fixed' the problem by using ide_cs rather than ide-cs. I've not yet had a chance to investigate exactly what the incompatibility between the two is, so far I only know that one works and the other doesn't.
Thanks for your comments. Regards, James Cope
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