Unable to map card memory, no io/mem-probe at all

Robert Schulze rob at net-pr.de
Tue Apr 4 17:19:26 EDT 2006

If I issue pcmcia-socket-startup, I see some debug messages (compiled w/ 
debug enabled), but the socket itself does not get any available io/mem.

Besides, I can give the following hint for the Documentation:
If the socket driver is not loaded upon startup, but hotplug is 
configured well, there should be the hint, that hotplug for the PCI bus 
must be enabled. The user maybe has disabled that and can't imagine the 
relationship between the busses, I did not, too ;-)

w/ kind regards,
Robert Schulze

Dominik Brodowski schrieb:
> Hi,
> On Tue, Apr 04, 2006 at 09:15:27PM +0200, Robert Schulze wrote:
>> Hi,
>> output of lspcmcia attached.
> Thanks
>> Socket 0 Bridge:   	[yenta_cardbus] 	(bus ID: 0000:00:03.0)
>> 	Configuration:	state: on	ready: yes
>> 			Voltage: 5.0V Vcc: 5.0V Vpp: 5.0V
>> 			Available IRQs: 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11
>> 			Available iomem:	--none--
>> 			Available ioports:	--none--
> No iomem and ioports available... what happens if you issue the command
> "pcmcia-socket-startup" before inserting a card? (You need to leave
> STARTUP="yes" in the configuration of pcmciautils).
> 	Dominik
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