libata and legacy ide pcmcia failure

Robert de Rooy at
Tue May 22 15:37:29 EDT 2007

Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Tejun Heo wrote:
>> Robert de Rooy wrote:
>>> Hmm, good question. I do not have any other PCMCIA device to test.
>>> The only other device I have is a Cardbus Wi-Fi adapter without Linux
>>> support (Marvell). If I insert that adapter lspci seems to list it
>>> properly, but without resorting to ndiswrapper I have no way of testing
>>> it. In any case, seeing how Cardbus is PCI based this is probably
>>> pointless to resolving this issue.
>>> Would any other log data from the controller initialization or lspci 
>>> help?
>> Hmmm... I don't really know much about PCMCIA.  cc'ing linux-pcmcia.
>> The original thread can be read from the following URL.
>> It seems we're losing interrupts from the CFA device.  Any ideas?
> Alan probably knows more, but ISTR some CFA PCMCIA devices that needed 
> polling...
> This isn't an ARM platform perchance, is it?
>     Jeff
No, it is a ThinkPad T41 with Intel Pentium M.
I have posted full logs to the list, but the copy to linux-pcmcia got 
stuck in moderator approval due to exceeding a 40KB limit.

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