[ltp] infrared ports
Fri, 25 Oct 2002 17:54:49 -0600
pcmcia package is separate from kernel (but parts of it are being added).
check sourceforge.com for linux pcmcia package
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linux-thinkpad-admin@linux-t Subject: re: [ltp] infrared ports
10/25/2002 05:02 PM
Please respond to
tino keitel writes:
> You can enable and disable those devices using setpnp
> from the pcmcia-cs package.
looking through the three rh-7.3 distribution disks, i
see no pcmcia-cs package per se. the only thing close
that i find is:
and when i enter:
rpm -q -i kernel-pcmcia-cs-3.1.27-18
i am told that the package is installed. what does this
amount to? it appears i am running kernel 2.4.18-3, either
vmlinux-2.4.18-3 or vmlinuz-2.4.18-3
via grub. (never did understand what the difference
between these two was).
none the less, setpnp is not found.
> This requires a kernel driver for the PNP-BIOS. You
> get this by using a pcmcia-socket driver with PNP
> support (from the pcmcia-cs package) or by using a
> recent ac-kernel.
boot/config-2.4.18-3 contains the following line:
# CONFIG_PNPBIOS is not set
looks as though it should be, but is it ok just to
modify that file, like:
i'm diffident about modifying things i don't understand.
> setpnp also allows you to change the resources (irq,
> dma, io) used by the devices.
that would indeed be wonderful.
sorry to be so ignorant, but i haven't a clue as to how
to proceed from here.
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