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Inspiron 8000 pcmcia problem??
- Subject: Inspiron 8000 pcmcia problem??
- From: delusional at si.rr.com (paul)
- Date: Tue Jan 6 12:11:59 2004
well tryed that as well still nothing. dood im not getting another dell!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sean Welch" <welchsm_(_at_)_earthlink_(_dot_)_net>
Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2004 4:01 PM
Subject: Re: Inspiron 8000 pcmcia problem??
> I do not have "pccard_ifconfig" set to DHCP. I've got a script
> I run under 4.9 on boot that checks to see if my wireless card
> is installed and then runs dhclient on it.
> For 5.1-whatever I've got these lines:
> That works fine for me with a GENERIC kernel and a stock
> pccard.conf -- nothing special there. Substitute whatever
> your interface name is for "wi0" and it should work the
> same as mine does.
> I suspect your interfaces are getting confused because of
> the options you are trying. The configuration I've got listed
> above sets up the card and runs dhclient on it at boot. Have
> you tried leaving out all but the pccard_enable and
> pccard_mem lines to see if the interface will configure okay?
> You ought to be able to just do the dhclient ed1 that you
> tried before and have it just work.
> > Ok just tryed that out, no luck =\ maybe you have something setup
> > differently then me right now 5.2 rc2 is on the system my rc.conf
> > has:
> > pccard_enable="YES"
> > pccard_ifconfig="DHCP"
> > pccard_mem="0xd8000"
> > Is there something else you have maybe in pccard.conf or in your kernel.
> > Right now i just have the generic kernel loaded i tryed dhclient ed1 and
> > just get kernel: ed1: device timeout.
> > Anyway would love to hear your config as this is the most frustrating
> > problem I have encountered while using fbsd and just want to find the
> >solution. thanks -paul
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