problems, problems

Praedor Tempus praedor at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 20 12:20:40 EST 2002


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Thanks.  About the time you replied I determined the problem is an IRQ 
conflict:  I am using my Thinkpad's built-in winmodem using the ltmodem 
module.  I am unable to use pcmcia cards while connected/using the modem.  It 
doesn't look like I have much by way of extra IRQs to work with.  Damn PCs.  
In this day and age it shouldn't matter one whit.

praedor

On Wednesday 20 November 2002 12:18 pm, Hector Velayos wrote:
[...]
> > Nov 20 11:10:17 lapdog kernel: hostap_cs: Registered netdevice wlan0
> > Nov 20 11:10:27 lapdog kernel: wlan0: could not get own MAC address
>
> 						    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
> The driver cannot access to the registries in the cards. I had a similar
> problem with my cards. In my case, it was due to a failure in the
> assignments of the IRQs. Just try to get an IRQ for the wlan card which is
> not being used by another device.


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