jonassimpson | 1 Sep 05:05 2010
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PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?


Hi,

I have used Endian on older laptops for several years, from version 2.0 up
to the present. When I recently tried to upgrade a laptop to Endian 2.4
neither of the PCMCIA Ethernet adapters was detected. I reinstalled with 2.3
and they were immediately detected fine. I went back to 2.4 and tried about
7 or 8 different models of PCMCIA Ethernet cards from 3Com, Megahertz,
D-Link and Linksys but none of them showed up as network interfaces.

Is there something missing or removed from version 2.4 that means PCMCIA
cards are not supported? Is it something that could be added back easily?
I'll be disappointed if there is no way to use them as I will have to find
an alternative to Endian to run on these systems.

Thanks,

JS
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jonassimpson | 4 Sep 20:49 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?


The better part of a week and no one has any thoughts?

Is this list still alive or are folks just giving up on Endian and moving to
some other product? Are there any developers or Endian staff reading this
list?

JS

jonassimpson wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I have used Endian on older laptops for several years, from version 2.0 up
> to the present. When I recently tried to upgrade a laptop to Endian 2.4
> neither of the PCMCIA Ethernet adapters was detected. I reinstalled with
> 2.3 and they were immediately detected fine. I went back to 2.4 and tried
> about 7 or 8 different models of PCMCIA Ethernet cards from 3Com,
> Megahertz, D-Link and Linksys but none of them showed up as network
> interfaces.
> 
> Is there something missing or removed from version 2.4 that means PCMCIA
> cards are not supported? Is it something that could be added back easily?
> I'll be disappointed if there is no way to use them as I will have to find
> an alternative to Endian to run on these systems.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> JS
> 
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Vassilis V. | 4 Sep 21:35 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?

Hi Jonas,

First of all, I have no idea how to help you in your question about 
PCMCIA/PC support. There was a similar problem with the USB support 
where people were asking if it was removed and why on 2.2 and 2.3 ( 
check: [Efw-user] USB HID drivers on Endiian 2.2rc3)
The result of the USB discussion was absolute silence from Endian and 
some troubled users/developers wondering whats going on. I suspect your 
PCMCIA support went down the same hole..

The USB support came back for 2.4, there is even an option now to backup 
the config to a USB stick (via command line only I believe), maybe in a 
couple of versions PCMCIA support will be back.. maybe not..

Welcome to the world of Endian users :-)

Regards,
Vassilis

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oneforall immortal | 5 Sep 03:50 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?


I've been waiting for a lot longer and still no reply  :(  some good things in 2.4 but its really starting more to look like I need to go back to 2.3 or find something else too. 

> Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2010 11:49:45 -0700
> From: jonassimpson-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org
> To: efw-user-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org
> Subject: Re: [Efw-user] PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?
>
>
> The better part of a week and no one has any thoughts?
>
> Is this list still alive or are folks just giving up on Endian and moving to
> some other product? Are there any developers or Endian staff reading this
> list?
>
> JS
>
>
> jonassimpson wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I have used Endian on older laptops for several years, from version 2.0 up
> > to the present. When I recently tried to upgrade a laptop to Endian 2.4
> > neither of the PCMCIA Ethernet adapters was detected. I reinstalled with
> > 2.3 and they were immediately detected fine. I went back to 2.4 and tried
> > about 7 or 8 different models of PCMCIA Ethernet cards from 3Com,
> > Megahertz, D-Link and Linksys but none of them showed up as network
> > interfaces.
> >
> > Is there something missing or removed from version 2.4 that means PCMCIA
> > cards are not supported? Is it something that could be added back easily?
> > I'll be disappointed if there is no way to use them as I will have to find
> > an alternative to Endian to run on these systems.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > JS
> >
>
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oneforall immortal | 5 Sep 03:57 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?

yeah the diff between the paying customers and the free ones, is we do the testing :) upgraded and find all the bugs so the paying customers look and see them and say "nope I'll stay with the old version so my sites/server still works . :D

> Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2010 21:35:33 +0200
> From: Bigraccoon-hi6Y0CQ0nG0@public.gmane.org
> To: efw-user-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org
> Subject: Re: [Efw-user] PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?
>
> Hi Jonas,
>
> First of all, I have no idea how to help you in your question about
> PCMCIA/PC support. There was a similar problem with the USB support
> where people were asking if it was removed and why on 2.2 and 2.3 (
> check: [Efw-user] USB HID drivers on Endiian 2.2rc3)
> The result of the USB discussion was absolute silence from Endian and
> some troubled users/developers wondering whats going on. I suspect your
> PCMCIA support went down the same hole..
>
> The USB support came back for 2.4, there is even an option now to backup
> the config to a USB stick (via command line only I believe), maybe in a
> couple of versions PCMCIA support will be back.. maybe not..
>
> Welcome to the world of Endian users :-)
>
>
> Regards,
> Vassilis
>
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jonassimpson | 7 Sep 19:09 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?


Thanks for the replies, everyone. It's good to know that I'm not the only one
who is frustrated and it doesn't sound like we're being that unreasonable. I
think I'll take a look at Untangle and see how it compares.

Thx,

JS

oneforall wrote:
> 
> 
> 
> I've been waiting for a lot longer and still no reply  :(  some good
> things in 2.4 but its really starting more to look like I need to go back
> to 2.3 or find something else too.  
> 
>> Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2010 11:49:45 -0700
>> From: jonassimpson@...
>> To: efw-user@...
>> Subject: Re: [Efw-user] PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?
>> 
>> 
>> The better part of a week and no one has any thoughts?
>> 
>> Is this list still alive or are folks just giving up on Endian and moving
>> to
>> some other product? Are there any developers or Endian staff reading this
>> list?
>> 
>> JS
>> 
>> 
>> jonassimpson wrote:
>> > 
>> > Hi,
>> > 
>> > I have used Endian on older laptops for several years, from version 2.0
>> up
>> > to the present. When I recently tried to upgrade a laptop to Endian 2.4
>> > neither of the PCMCIA Ethernet adapters was detected. I reinstalled
>> with
>> > 2.3 and they were immediately detected fine. I went back to 2.4 and
>> tried
>> > about 7 or 8 different models of PCMCIA Ethernet cards from 3Com,
>> > Megahertz, D-Link and Linksys but none of them showed up as network
>> > interfaces.
>> > 
>> > Is there something missing or removed from version 2.4 that means
>> PCMCIA
>> > cards are not supported? Is it something that could be added back
>> easily?
>> > I'll be disappointed if there is no way to use them as I will have to
>> find
>> > an alternative to Endian to run on these systems.
>> > 
>> > Thanks,
>> > 
>> > JS
>> > 
>> 
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Pedro M. S. Oliveira | 7 Sep 23:47 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?

It's just a sugestion but you can download the kernel source and compile it the modules you wish...

If you need some help just tell me.

Cheers

Pedro

On Tuesday 07 September 2010 18:09:45 jonassimpson wrote:

>

> Thanks for the replies, everyone. It's good to know that I'm not the only one

> who is frustrated and it doesn't sound like we're being that unreasonable. I

> think I'll take a look at Untangle and see how it compares.

>

> Thx,

>

> JS

>

>

> oneforall wrote:

> >

> >

> >

> > I've been waiting for a lot longer and still no reply :( some good

> > things in 2.4 but its really starting more to look like I need to go back

> > to 2.3 or find something else too.

> >

> >> Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2010 11:49:45 -0700

> >> From: jonassimpson-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org

> >> To: efw-user-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org

> >> Subject: Re: [Efw-user] PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?

> >>

> >>

> >> The better part of a week and no one has any thoughts?

> >>

> >> Is this list still alive or are folks just giving up on Endian and moving

> >> to

> >> some other product? Are there any developers or Endian staff reading this

> >> list?

> >>

> >> JS

> >>

> >>

> >> jonassimpson wrote:

> >> >

> >> > Hi,

> >> >

> >> > I have used Endian on older laptops for several years, from version 2.0

> >> up

> >> > to the present. When I recently tried to upgrade a laptop to Endian 2.4

> >> > neither of the PCMCIA Ethernet adapters was detected. I reinstalled

> >> with

> >> > 2.3 and they were immediately detected fine. I went back to 2.4 and

> >> tried

> >> > about 7 or 8 different models of PCMCIA Ethernet cards from 3Com,

> >> > Megahertz, D-Link and Linksys but none of them showed up as network

> >> > interfaces.

> >> >

> >> > Is there something missing or removed from version 2.4 that means

> >> PCMCIA

> >> > cards are not supported? Is it something that could be added back

> >> easily?

> >> > I'll be disappointed if there is no way to use them as I will have to

> >> find

> >> > an alternative to Endian to run on these systems.

> >> >

> >> > Thanks,

> >> >

> >> > JS

> >> >

> >>

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eric rosel | 8 Sep 16:36 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?

Hi,

I have a similar problem, I've run out of ethernet ports and I'm trying to use USB-to-Ethernet adapters.  These adapters I have run properly on Ubuntu, but aren't working on EFW 2.4.

The EFW-COMMUNITY sources are still unavailable from the download site:
http://www.endian.com/en/community/download/

Can you please provide some more details on how you were able to get the sources and compile them with additional drivers?

Thanks,
-eric


--- On Wed, 9/8/10, Pedro M. S. Oliveira <pmsoliveira-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

From: Pedro M. S. Oliveira <pmsoliveira-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [Efw-user] PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?
To: efw-user-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org
Date: Wednesday, September 8, 2010, 5:47 AM

#yiv1241236470 p, #yiv1241236470 li {white-space:pre-wrap;}

It's just a sugestion but you can download the kernel source and compile it the modules you wish...

If you need some help just tell me.

Cheers

Pedro



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Davide Cottignoli | 8 Sep 23:10 2010
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Re: PCMCIA/PC Card support removed?

source code is here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/efw/files/Development/EFW-2.4-RESPIN/EFW-COMMUNITY-2.4-devel-srpms.tar.gz/download

Bye
Davide

On 08/09/2010 16:36, eric rosel wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have a similar problem, I've run out of ethernet ports and I'm trying
> to use USB-to-Ethernet adapters. These adapters I have run properly on
> Ubuntu, but aren't working on EFW 2.4.
>
> The EFW-COMMUNITY sources are still unavailable from the download site:
> http://www.endian.com/en/community/download/
>
> Can you please provide some more details on how you were able to get the
> sources and compile them with additional drivers?
>
> Thanks,
> -eric

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Enrique Becerra | 9 Sep 02:04 2010
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Hi again
In my first message to the list, I was helped by compdoc and Vassilis
V. (to whom I want to thank again) to configure Endian for the problem
I had.

Today, I must say that I went to the office, plugged it, connected it
(using ETH DHCP in red lan) and worked perfectly without setting
gateway nor anything on client PCs

Now I'd like to know some other things about working with Endian

1) Is there any way to see and print a list of visited websites, which
hosts visited those websites, and which ones were blocked? If so, in
which menu, or which plugin?
2) Which files should I edit for changing "Access Denied" messages?
And how should I copy these files, edit them, and copy back into
Endian?
3) I didn't try msn nor P2P... are these ports blocked by default? If
not, how should I block them?
4) Is there any tutorial or manual for upgrading Endian when new
versions go out?

Thanks a lot again, and sorry if I asked a question covered in the manual.
I couldn't give it a deep look, nor I didn't learn all the Endian menu
options completely

Greets.
Enrique (San Juan, Argentina)

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