#154 Bad Vcc

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2003-06-03
2003-04-28
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I am attempting to use an Agere Intergrated wireless
card with Linux. The Pcmcia card supports both 3.3 and
5V but when I plug it into a PC-104 stack (which only
has 5V) I get a RequestConfiguration: Bad Vcc
response in the messages.

I am certain there is a way to select the 5V setting for
the pcmcia card but I do not know how to do it, does
anyone have any suggestions?

offset 0xb1, tuple 0x1b, link 0x10
c1 01 19 77 b5 1e 35 b5 3c 36 36 05 46 7f ff ff
cftable_entry 0x01 [default]
Vcc Vnom 3300mV Vmin 3V Vmax 3600mV Iavg
300mA
Ipeak 300mA Idown 10mA
io 0x0000-0x003f [lines=6] [16bit]
irq mask 0xffff [level] [pulse]

offset 0xc3, tuple 0x1b, link 0x10
c1 01 19 77 55 c5 4b d5 19 36 36 05 46 7f ff ff
cftable_entry 0x01 [default]
Vcc Vnom 5V Vmin 4750mV Vmax 5250mV Iavg
300mA
Ipeak 300mA Idown 10mA
io 0x0000-0x003f [lines=6] [16bit]
irq mask 0xffff [level] [pulse]

Discussion

  • David Hinds

    David Hinds - 2003-04-28

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    Are you using a current release of the orinoco_cs driver? The
    driver should take care of this.

    -- Dave

     
  • David Hinds

    David Hinds - 2003-06-03
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  • David Hinds

    David Hinds - 2003-06-03

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    I'll assume this was just an old-driver issue.

    -- Dave

     

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