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From: Alden Huang <alden.huang@...>
Subject: ibook PCMCIA
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 22:10:08 -0700
Hi there,

I was just curious if anyone had experience using their ibook (dual-usb 
model) with a pcmcia wifi card that is not a lucent orinoco/airport. I 
have a card which fits neatly (without having to do anything ridiculous 
with a dremel =), but I just can't seem to get it to even detect.

I really have no experience with anything PCMCIA on linux, and I cant 
even get the computer to show that something is there and plugged 
in....although I'm sure its a card supported; it's just a re-badged prism2.

Although the LEDS on the card light up when I plug it in, cardctl 
returns no socket() or something like that...nothing shows up under the 
boot cd loading with the dopcmcia option either.

Am I missing something just obvious and stupid? any help would be 
appreciated.


Best,
alden
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