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Help needed on db1550 for pcmcia support

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Subject: Help needed on db1550 for pcmcia support
From: rolf liu <rolfliu@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 11:57:31 -0700
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I compiled linux 2.6.12-mipscvs with the pcmcia support and got the three files:

pcmcia_core.ko, pcmcia.ko, and au1x00_ss.ko.

I use "insmod pcmcia_core.ko; insmod pcmcia.ko; insmod au1x00_ss.ko"
to install the three modules.

Because I want to use the Compact Flash through the PCMCIA, I compiled
ide_cs.ko and use "insmod ide_cs.ko" to install it.

When I type "lspci -v", there is no information about the pcmcia.
Also, cardctl showed "open_sock(): no such device".

I googled around the wedsite, got no luck for this problem.

thanks

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