#362 Comment of card "AmbiCom AMB8110 Fast Ethernet"

card_specific
closed-fixed
nobody
5
2004-10-27
2004-10-20
Xiaoju Fan
No

I have to remove the comment of section card "AmbiCom
AMB8110 Fast Ethernet" in /etc/pcmcia/config, or my
pcmcia net card can not work.

I found this very old, 16 bits card from the bottom of
my drawer. I just need on for my old Thinkpad 390X.
However, I found neither debian sarge-installer nor
gentoo livecd can not recognize it. But debian woody cd
and knoppix-3.6 do. I diffed the two config files and
found it's OK if I uncomment the section of section
card "AmbiCom AMB8110 Fast Ethernet".

I'm not familar with this forum, I don't know the
reason it was ommented out. Can we uncomment it in
future version? I see sentence says # this is not
specific enough: before the section, but I think not
specific enouth is much better than unusable at all.

Thanks a lot.

Xiaoju Fan

Discussion

  • David Hinds

    David Hinds - 2004-10-21

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    The "not specific enough" comment means that including that
    entry actually interferes with correct operation of other
    cards; so just uncommenting it is not an option. Please
    post the output of "cardctl ident" and I'll be able to
    replace the existing entry with a more specific one.

    -- Dave

     
  • Xiaoju Fan

    Xiaoju Fan - 2004-10-21

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    Here is the result of cardctl ident, is that enough to be added
    in?

    Socket 0:
    no product info available
    Socket 1:
    product info: "Adico Products Ltd.", "AE320"
    manfid: 0x021b, 0x0202
    function: 6 (network)

    Adico seems to be a Chinese company, here is the homepage:
    http://www.adico.com.cn/

     
  • David Hinds

    David Hinds - 2004-10-27
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • David Hinds

    David Hinds - 2004-10-27

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    Thanks, that's all I need.

    -- Dave

     

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