> : 1) When trying to insert a Cisco Aironet 340 adapter, I get thrown to
> the  : db> prompt after it has found the card (which it seems to do
> nicely). If I  : boot with it inserted, I only get to the detection, then
> the boot stops. At  : boot up dmesg says the following on the bridge :
> :
> : cardbus0: <CardBus bus> on pccbb0
> : pccard0: <16-bit PCCard bus> on pccbb0
> : pccbb1: <TI1450 PCI-CardBus Bridge> mem 0x41180000-0x41180fff irq 11 at
> : device 4
> : .1 on pci0
> : cardbus1: <CardBus bus> on pccbb1
> : pccard1: <16-bit PCCard bus> on pccbb1
> Traceback for the panic?

db> trace
an_cmd(c199e000,1,0,c199e000,c8740c58) at an_cmd+0x45
an_reset(c199e000,ff11006a,0,0,0) at an_reset+0x1a
an_probe(c1b55500) at an_probe+0xcc
an_pccard_probe(c1b55500) at an_pccard_probe+0xe
pccard_compat_do_attach(c18d0380,c1b55500) at pccard_compat_do_attach+0x3a
pccard_compat_attach(c1b55500) at pccard_compat_attach+0x48
device_probe_and_attach(c1b55500) at device_probe_and_attach+0x9c
pccard_attach_card(c18d0380) at pccard_attach_card+0x240
pccbb_insert(c0bb7600,c018809c,c18d8000,c8740d34,c020d468) at 
pccbb_event_thread(c0bb7600,c8740d48,c0bc0600,c018809c,0) at 
fork_exit(c018809c,c0bb7600,c8740d48) at fork_exit+0x94
fork_trampoline() at fork_trampoline+0x1a

It will also give some odd error message on RAM failure and probable 
hardware error. I have tried with two Wlan cards, the Cisco Aironet 340 and 
the Netgear MA401. Both behave the same way. My Xircom 10/100 X3201 seems 
to work though.

Removing the Wirleess card and doing 'cont' the system seems to resume just 
fine though.

Best regards,

- kurtis -

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