pcmcia(7D) Devices pcmcia(7D)NAME
pcmcia - PCMCIA nexus driver
The PCMCIA nexus driver supports PCMCIA card client device drivers. There are no user-configurable options for this driver.
/kernel/misc/pcmcia pcmcia driver
SEE ALSO pcmciad(1M)SunOS 5.11 28 Feb 2005 pcmcia(7D)
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NETWAVE_CS(4) Kernel Interfaces Manual NETWAVE_CS(4)NAME
netwave_cs - Xircom Creditcard Netwave device driver
insmod netwave_cs.o [pc_debug=n] [domain=n] [scramble_key=n] [mem_speed=n] [irq_list=i,j,...]
Netwave_cs is the low-level Card Services driver for the Xircom Creditcard Netwave PCMCIA wireless network adapter. When this driver is
attached to a card, it allocates the next available ethernet device (eth0..eth#). This device name will be reported in the kernel log
file, and will be passed on to cardmgr(8).
The wireless domain number and scrambling key can be specified using module parameters when the module is loaded. These parameters should
be specified in /etc/pcmcia/config.opts.
Selects the PCMCIA debugging level. This parameter is only available if the module is compiled with debugging enabled. A non-zero
value enables debugging.
Selects what access point(s) to talk to, by their domain number. Values from 0 to 0x1ff are valid; 0x100 is the default.
Selects the scramble key for domains that are scrambled. Values from 0 to 0x1ff are valid. The default is 0 (no scrambling).
Sets the access speed of the shared memory window, in nanoseconds. The default is 0 (i.e., no extra wait states). Values of up to
1000 are legal.
Specifies the set of interrupts that may be allocated by this driver.
The statistics reported back from the driver are wrong.
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SEE ALSO cardmgr(8), pcmcia(5).
pcmcia-cs 2000/06/12 21:24:48 NETWAVE_CS(4)
We are installing a PrismII chipset wireless PCMCIA card with a new 2.4.9 linux kernel. The card is a D-Link DWL-650. The 2.4.9 kernel uses the orinoco_cs.o driver.
Anyone running this configuration?
The 2.4.9 Linux kernel has built in PCMCIA support and the README says it supports the... (1 Reply)
I have a Dell Inspiron 4000 that I am using to run Redhat Linux 7.1.
This machine had 128Mb of RAM in it, and I upgraded to 512Mb.
Since this, the PCMCIA cards have disappeared from the system running under Linux, although they still work under windows and the file "/var/lib/pcmcia/stab"... (1 Reply)
ENV: linux Version: Mandrake 8.1, PCMCIA card: longshine lcs-8534TB.
(supported according the PCMCIA docs)
laptop is P-II lifetec
PCIC=i82365 ( found via probe -m )
PCIC_OPTS="cs_irq=11 pci_irq_list=11,11 do_scan=0" ( you see i want to force irq 11 )... (3 Replies)
I currently have an IBM Thinkpad with a built in 56k modem. RedHat 7.1 does not recognize my internal modem. I used a Xircom Ethernet 56 + 100 card. Linux knows the card is there. However, I have been unable to set it up. Please help is possible. (1 Reply)
I am using an IBM 390E laptop with a built-in LT modem which RH 7.3 does not notice. I would like to know if there are any pcmcia modems that are supported by version 7.3. If so, what is the propduct and where can I purchase it? Thanks!!
adrienb:confused: (2 Replies)
I've bought a few bits from Belkin who seem quite happy to support FreeBSD! Last time I bought a UPS from them and it's still going well :D
I saw this on their website that the 16bit PCMCIA card was supported under FreeBSD:
I went to my... (0 Replies)
I justed manged to install Solaris 8 on my Laptop, the only problem I have got is that It does not find my PCMCIA card. I need it to find my card so I can connect the Laptop to my LAN.
I am using a 3Com LAN card model number is 3CCE589ET. This card work with Linux with no problems.
... (2 Replies)
I recently installed Mandrake 9 on my laptop. It has 2 PCMCIA slots, and in one of them I usually keep one of my network cards (ones an Accton 2216, the other a Surecom EP-427). Under mandrake when my computer started up (and went into runlevel 5) it attempted to start 'network' and then... (2 Replies)
Hi there. I have an old laptop Toshiba Tecra 510 (P1, 147MB RAM, 30GB HDD) and I installed FreeBSD 7.2.
For networking I have a PCMCIA card for wired network. The problem is that I cannot start and run PCMCIA
As I know in Linux there is a tool pcmciautils for this pc-cards, but in FreeBSD I have... (1 Reply)
How to create a user account on a Linux desktop machine with restrictions on connecting to the LAN, WAN, PCMCIA ports, Firewire, CDROM and generally any user controllable output options?
I have the task to set up a machine for users working with sensitive data that should not be leaving the... (1 Reply)