"unable to apply power" problem in 2.6.6
xfesty at computeraddictions.com.au
Wed Jun 23 11:20:38 EDT 2004
Dominik Brodowski wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 22, 2004 at 01:12:03AM +0930, Ryan Verner wrote:
>>>since I'm not an x86 guy.
>>I'n not ordinarily an x86 guy
> Well, I _am_ an x86 guy in the form of only having x86 hardware available...
> and maybe I can spare a few minutes in the next days, but possibly only next
> week... A few things you could provide to me:
Thanks for your reply - keen as ever to get this sorted out. Apologies
I didn't get back to you yesterday - insane day :-(
> a) cbdump output [Russell's program at http://pcmcia.arm.linux.org.uk ]
> _before_ yenta_socket is loaded
> b) _after_ yenta_socket is loaded with _no_ card inserted
> c) _after_ yenta_socket is loaded with a card inserted
> d) complete dmesg, possibly with DEBUG enabled in drivers/pcmcia/cs.c and
Note, this is without DEBUG enabled; I'll recompile my kernel in a
minute and post results with it enabled.
More detailed error at:
> e) information on the card concerned: is it a PCMCIA card, or a Cardbus
The particular card I am trying is a Senao 200mW 16-bit PCMCIA card,
more information at:
It's not just this card, though; it happens with other cards I have, too
(i.e. 16-bit Orinoco card). I believe one card is 3.3V, and the other
is 5V, but I can't recall which is which.
Also note that the same cards, with the same cardbus controller, with
the same hard drive (i.e. userland/configuration/tools) work flawlessly
on a different motherboard.
> And a few things you could try:
> 1) Does it work on a different board, e.g. when booting Knoppix on it?
Yes, it works on another board. No, it does not work on the same board
> 2) increase the delays in pcmcia_core by passing module parameters to this
> module: most importantly, setup_delay and vcc_settle.
Ok, I'll toy with this; not sure exactly what I should set them to, though.
> I hope we'll be able to solve this issue,
Me too, thanks for your help :-)
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