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Re: PC Cards under Hurd


From: Jonathan Hunt
Subject: Re: PC Cards under Hurd
Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 15:18:22 +0800

On Tuesday 22 May 2001 22:09, you wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >I am wondering - is there any development or anything on getting
> >PCMCIA (PCCards) to work under Hurd. I have a PC Card Network card
> >so basically I can't use my network (internet as well!!!) under
> >hurd. I would be happy to help debug or test anything.
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Jonathan
>
> hi!
>
> i think porting the pcmcia-cs package to hurd would be the right way:
>
> a) apt-get source pcmcia-cs
> b) include the linux- pcmcia modules into gnumach's linux emulation layer.
> c) port the cardmgr to hurd. cardmgr is a simple unix daemon and it would
> be fine to replace it with a mach server (hird of unix replacing
> daemons...). d) port pcmcia- related tools to hurd.
>
> If somebody ports GNU/Hurd to PPC i'll be able to try it on my notebook...
>
> reyk (and his bad english)
>

Hi again,

I downloaded the debian source for pcmcia-cs. I also had the sources for the 
linux kernel 2.4.4 which have the PCMCIA in it. I was looking at them and the 
linux drivers look easier to put in than the PCMCIA package stuff (the linux 
stuff is newer and derived from the pcmcia source) - is there any reason why 
I shouldn't go ahead and use the drivers out of the latest linux kernel?

Well any way I was trying to do that but I was confused. In gnumach/linux 
there are two directories that are very similar to each other dev and src. 
The have the same subdirs and many of the same files but the src dir have 
extra stuff that look like they have been modified for hurd. Which dir am I 
meant to be putting the PCMCIA stuff in?

Thanks,

-- 
Jonathan Hunt (The Real Jonathan Hunt) <address@hidden>
"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." 
Jim Elliot



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