Linux PCMCIA HOWTO
v2.98, 28 February 2002
This document describes how to install and use PCMCIA Card Services for Linux, and answers some frequently asked questions. The latest version of this document can always be found at
General information and hardware requirements
1.2 Copyright notice and disclaimer
1.3 What is the latest version, and where can I get it?
1.4 What systems are supported?
1.5 What cards are supported?
1.6 When will my favorite (unsupported) card become supported?
1.7 Mailing lists and other information sources
1.8 Why don't you distribute binaries?
1.9 Why is the package so darned big?
Compilation and installation
2.1 Prerequisites and kernel setup
2.3 Startup options
2.4 System resource settings
2.5 Notes about specific Linux distributions
Resolving installation and configuration problems
3.1 Base PCMCIA kernel modules do not load
3.2 Some client driver modules do not load
3.3 Interrupt scan failures
3.4 IO port scan failures
3.5 Memory probe failures
3.6 Failure to detect card insertions and removals
3.7 Interrupt delivery problems
3.8 System resource starvation
3.9 Resource conflict only with two cards inserted
3.10 Device configuration does not complete
Usage and features
4.1 Tools for configuring and monitoring PCMCIA devices
4.2 Overview of the PCMCIA configuration scripts
4.3 PCMCIA network adapters
4.4 PCMCIA serial and modem devices
4.5 PCMCIA parallel port devices
4.6 PCMCIA SCSI adapters
4.7 PCMCIA memory cards
4.8 PCMCIA ATA/IDE card drives
4.9 Multifunction cards
5.1 Resource allocation for PCMCIA devices
5.2 PCI interrupt configuration problems and solutions
5.3 How can I have separate device setups for home and work?
5.4 Booting from a PCMCIA device
Dealing with unsupported cards
6.1 Configuring unrecognized cards
6.2 Adding support for an NE2000-compatible ethernet card
6.3 PCMCIA floppy interface cards
Debugging tips and programming information
7.1 Submitting useful bug reports
7.2 Interpreting kernel trap reports
7.3 Low level PCMCIA debugging aids
7.5 Writing Card Services drivers for new cards
7.6 Guidelines for PCMCIA client driver authors
7.7 Guidelines for Linux distribution maintainers
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