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> Angstrom 2007.12 Pcmcia Issue, Can't get my PCMCIA Wlan Card up and running
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post Jan 1 2008, 11:01 AM
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Hi there,

i just installed the new Angstrom x11 Image on my SimPad SLC. Works nice.
But i can't find a way to get my Wlan Card up and running. The card works, I used it under familiar before.

If I click on "PC/CF Cards" under Settings, I get an error message "PCMCIA initialisation failed No PCMCIA driver in '/proc/devices'"
If i open the "Root shell" and type in "pccardctl ident" it finds the card at Socket 0 and knows it's a function 6 (network) card.

What am I missing here? Can someone point me to a manual somewhere, that explains how to get the pcmcia card running under angstrom?

Thanks
Johannes
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Nokiast
post Jan 31 2008, 07:01 AM
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As of today there is a new unstable at the unstable images.

Anyone tried it?
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post Feb 12 2008, 11:13 AM
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QUOTE(Nokiast @ Jan 31 2008, 04:01 PM) *
As of today there is a new unstable at the unstable images.

Anyone tried it?


Hi,

please test images again, with build date after 05.02.2008.

For opie-image there is a known error inside for missing wireless-tools.

Solution: install this ipk

Orinoco-based cards are ready for testing.

Prims 1 cards does not work (I-Gate and similar) because of error while card init from pcmcia-subsystem.

Timeframe to solve this problem is limited and help is welcome.

Regards
mrdata
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