Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 87472
pcmcia install doesn't recognize pcmcia devices
Last modified: 2015-01-04 17:02:18 EST
On a Siemens pcd-5nd with 3com megahertz 3ccfem556b pcmcia card ( listed
as supported in hardware compat list ) I can't perform a network
install. The system had freebsd before, so it's working fine.
Some messages from alt+f3 console :
intel pcic probe: cirrus .. isa-to-pcmcia at port .., 2 sockets
loaded i82365 found ..
inserted pcmcia_core.o, i82365.o, ds.o
I manually select the network driver, as it say it can't find it, it
says in console 'inserted 3c574_cs', but then returns to asking the
Also tried this:
On Jo, 2003-02-20 at 19:54, Jeremy Katz wrote:
> Can you try using the updated bootdisk.img at
> http://people.redhat.com/~katzj/phoebe-pcmcia-boot.img and see if that
> works any better?
that doesn't find modules, here are the messages:
found pcmcia adapter
modules to insert pcmcia_core i82365 ds
module(s) pcmcia_core i82365 ds not found
I've booted from your disk, then supplied the driver disk pcmciadd.img
I've installed Mandrake 9.0 now on it, it worked great, so I'm filling this bug.
Mandrake install detected both pcmcia network card and pcmcia CD-ROM.
What more info should I provide to help this work with Red Hat too?