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Old 6th September 2004, 08:27 PM
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cisco aironet 350 pcmcia

hi there

i'm using the fedora 2 default 2.6.5 kernel and i want to install the aironet pcmcia card.
I do the following steps
loading the yenta drivers modprobe yenta_socket
restarting the pcmcia services pcmcia restart
the i insert the cisco card.

The card cannot be recognized neither on dmesg is there a mesage nor the cartctl has the card listed. Ialso tries to load the airo and airo_cs modules of fedora before inserting the card but with no success. Any ideas? On windows the card works perfectly and i also have <5 firmware version of the card

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