Here's the answer to my own question:
I had to compile an OLDCARD kernel and reboot.
I also had to switch the BIOS setting from cardbus to PCIC compatible mode.
Everything is working OK now.
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 06:18:37AM -0500, Terry Todd wrote:
> I just tried 5.1-RELEASE on a Tecra 720 that ran fine with 4.5-RELEASE.
> All my pcmcia cards worked OK on 4.5. On 5.1 nothing works. If I try
> to boot with a NIC card plugged in it panics and crash dumps. If I
> boot up with no card in and plug the card in later it locks up solid.
> I still have the HD with 4.5 loaded on it so I am back running on 4.5
> until I can find an answer to this problem.
> Terry Todd
> On Thu, Apr 17, 2003 at 07:12:10PM -0400, taxman wrote:
> > On Thursday 17 April 2003 05:44 pm, Scott Simmons wrote:
> > > All pcmcia cards inserted into the laptop display on 5.0-RELEASE #0
> > http://mired.org:8080/5.0-not-production.html
> > have fun :)
> > > pccard0: Card has not functions!
> > > cbb0: PC Card card activation failed.
> > >
> > > The laptop is a IBM Thinkpad 600x and I am using the SMC 2632W. I have
> > > also tried 3Com adpaters also. I verified that both are supported via the
> > > web. From what I can tell it appears that the pccard services are not
> > > loading even though they appear to in the messages file.
> > >
> > > It appears that both cbb0 and cbb1 load as they are recognized as TI1450
> > > PCI-CardBus Bridge as well as both slots pccard0 and pccard1.
> > >
> > > Please let me know the correct list to send these type of questions to
> > > also.
> > well check the list charters, -current for issues with the -current tree
> > otherwise here for other general things
> > Tim
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