It may be a matter of whether the modules are loaded or not. When compiling a new kernel, it is best to run “make oldconfig” first. If the device on the card is detected properly, it seems that the PCMCIA interface is working and you need to work on the device that is on the card. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Actually I did not install udev on my own kernel build, since it was adapted from a previous project that was using a 2. In the kernel menuconfig I have enabled CM support, so this makes sense.
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Linux – Software This forum is for Software issues. Post your question in this forum. Make sure that the yenta module is loaded. It’s like half detected, but still half undetected. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. It is also very simple to use and install. This is despite pccardctl properly identifying the reader, which leaves me confused.
All times are GMT srrial If you have all of the devices you need and the device is detected, I’m betting that you need serila udev rule to create the device node and the symbolic links portt that node. It may be a matter of whether the modules are loaded or not.
Find More Posts by jschiwal. However, the weird thing is that when I run lspcmcia, I get a “driver not loaded” or some similar message when I insert the Gemplus reader.
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Compare the initrd’s for each kernel. Last edited by jschiwal; at Then you can tweak your config in “make xconfig”.
Or is there some other proper way of creating this device file. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
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Also run “depmod -a” pogt make sure your dependency lists are current. When compiling a new kernel, it is best to run “make oldconfig” first. I just read something and came back to this post.
Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. That sounds like what this device would use. Also, I did not have ttyS0 to begin with, hence I just did a mknod on it.
Want to know which application is best for the job? However, once I did, maybe it isn’t applicable. Instead I get a “driver not loaded” or something.
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Do you have the hal hardware monitor program? I’m going to try to use hotplug instead for now and if that doesn’t work I will try to “install” udev – basically just copy all the related files from the Mandriva box over to my own kernel environment.
It will readily adapt to new smart-card services, as they become available. Actually I did not install udev on my own kernel build, since it was adapted from a previous project that was using a 2. So again, how do Pirt accomplish this? Thanks for the reply.