Please help!!continuation to prev email (newbie)
binzhou at site.uottawa.ca
Sat Dec 22 05:01:32 EST 2001
Thank you for help.
1. Make xconfig
I use orinoco pc acrd on pci adapter. PCI bridge Probe result is TI 1410.
My configure on make xconfig is
a. general setup:
PCMCIA/CardBus Support: Y
CardBus support: Y
I82365 compatible bridge support: Y
(BTW, I don't know TI1410 bridge is compatible with i82365 or Yenta, I
choose Y because I am not sure)
b.network devices support:
Metwork device support:Y
Dummy netdriver support:Y
Ethernet(10 or 100M):Y
3c90x card support:Y (one 3c905 net card, work fine)
Tulip card support:Y (one Mx98715 net card, work fine)
Wireless Lan(non-hamradio): Y (to enable wireless extension)
Wireless PCMCIA cards support:
Hermes support: Y (for orinoco card)
c. PCMCIA network device support:Y
Pcmcia wireless Lan:Y
lucent wavelan wireless support:Y
d. loadable module support: all Y
2. others are same procedure except without cp System.map
what's System.map used for?
I cannot find System.map-2.4.9?
Thanks again for all the help from this forum.
On Thu, 20 Dec 2001, Rakesh Arora wrote:
> I used the in-built pcmcia modules, rather than
> the standalone pcmcia-cs package. My steps were:
> 1. make mrproper
> 2. make xconfig
> 3. make dep make clean
> 4. make bzImage
> 5. make modules make modules_install
> 6. copy bzImage image to /boot
> 7. copy System.map to /boot/System.map-2.4.16 and then
> create a symbolic link for /boot/System.map
> 8. make changes to /etc/lilo.conf, run /sbin/lilo and
> then reboot.
> All the files pcmcia_core.o, orinoco_cs.o etc were
> installed in the proper directories. I also copied the
> file hermes.conf to /etc/pcmcia earlier on.
> Hope this helps. If you want, I can send you my
> .config file to your email address.
> --- Bin Zhou <binzhou at site.uottawa.ca> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > My problem seems simple, maybe you can help me.
> > The PCMCIA cannot installed after I upgrate the
> > kernel from 2.2.16-22 to
> > 2.4.9 because the pcmcia_core.o and other files
> > don't exist in
> > /lib/modules/2.4.9/pcmcia/ dirctory. So lsmod, no
> > module shows.
> > So I install the kernel again with module utility,
> > pcmcia_cs, updated.
> > However, it's same.
> > What's wrong? Can you introduce your installation
> > procedures?
> > Thanks.
> > Bin
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