Below you write:
“However when i unplug this card i.e "PCD-RP-101CS" and
boot it with the same modules loaded everything works fine.”
Does this mean that the EVDO interface (is that what you are calling the
“Ethernet interface?”) works fine when you insert the EVDO card
after the system boots, or are you saying that the system works fine w/o the PCI-PCMCIA
carrier board installed? It is hard to tell from your problem description just
what is going on.
I am not an expert at all in this stuff, but you may want to try to
more carefully describe what’s going on, to help people get an
understanding of what is working and what is not. It is also possible that
trying a copy of Voyage-Current may help, although I have not had the best luck
in general with PCMICA EVDO cards and Voyage (likely this has more to do with
me than with Voyage).
[mailto:voyage-linux-bounces+mgrollman=cox.net-59MrfjRBeRo6ThAmvYpkag@public.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Srikanth Chavali
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Subject: [Voyage-linux] Getting
PCD-RP-101CS card to work on voyage linux
Reposting my previous question with a typo corrected:
I am trying to get this card model "PCD-RP-101CS" with Ricoh
chipset to work along with Voyage. This is a PCI to PCMCIA card for inserting
the EVDO card. When i insert the card and boot it up i dont see nothing under
/proc/net/dev. The ethernet interface does'nt work. However when i unplug this
card i.e "PCD-RP-101CS" and boot it with the same modules loaded
everything works fine. What could be the difference and what kind of info i
should be looking for? syslog and dmesg does'nt provide any error condition.
I loaded yenta_socket,ds, pcmcia and pcmcia_core modules. Can anyone tell me
what could be going wrong? I have included info for this purpose. I am using
Voyage version 0.2
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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