I am currently working on the Embedded Planet board with Hard Hat Linux. I need to know where I can get a PCMCIA driver for the MPC850 ( Embedded Planet ) target board.
The 8xx pcmica socket driver is included in the latest 2.4.18 and in the pcmcia-cs package.
>>The 8xx pcmica socket driver is included in >>the latest 2.4.18 and in the pcmcia-cs package.
Does the version that u have mentioned corresponds to the kernel of Red hat LINUX or Hard Hat Linux ?
If u ment Hard Hat linux then could u pls let me know how could I get that Hardhat Linux.
FYI: For the past three days I've been burning my head to make pcmcia-cs to get installed on Hard Hat Linux. But the pcmcia-cs-3.1.34 is not getting compiled.
Following is the compilation environment:
1)OS : Hard Hat Linux 2.4.1, Journey Man's Edition over Red Hat Linux 6.2
2)Target :Embedded Planet RPX Lite, PowerPC
Using the ./Configure utility I have selected,
But while compiling , undefined referrence(say printk_Rd0123 not defined, CardService_DR09823 not defined etc) are reported in m8xx_pcmcia.c
My requirement is that to add a pcmcia_core in the Hard Hat Linux. So that I shall compile & run a pcmcia Client Drivers that uses the CardServices.
For that I shall either
1) select the PCMCIA that comes along with the Hard Hat CD(in the source directory) or
2)shall go for a stand-alone pcmcia-cs(pcmcia-cs-3.1.34).
But I have problem on both the methods :(
In the first method I could able to compile the Hard hat kernel with PCMCIA CardBusSupport enabled(using "make menuconfig"). But I could not able to run the resulting "vmlinux" (output of "make" in the /opt/hardhat/devkit/lsp/embeddedplanet-rpxlite/linux-2.4.2-hhl20).Here I have some doubt whether I need to do some more things with "vmlinux" after "make" and before download.
In the second ,method I have compilation problems as I've mentioned earlier.
So could u pls help me in this regard.
Pls let me know where I'm ambiguous for u to understand.
Pls don't say that the whole mail is ambiguous :)
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