Cisco driver stopped working with -current

Scott Mitchell scott+freebsd at
Sat Apr 10 13:32:37 PDT 2004

On Sat, Apr 10, 2004 at 06:20:08PM +0100, Pete Carss wrote:
> Is pccard deprecated in -current? I'll happiy move over to a different 
> system, can anyone point me to a good source on devd and NEWCARD - I'm 
> unfamiliar with both at the moment...
> Pete

I think you're already using NEWCARD - it's the default unless you build
a custom OLDCARD kernel.  The hw.pccard.* tunables don't exist in OLDCARD,
plus the card itself wouldn't have been probed until pccardd (note the
extra 'd') started up after your kernel had booted.

On the other hand, I do all my xe testing on a very old OLDCARD-only
laptop, so this is almost certainly something I've missed through not
being able to test.  Not sure yet why it's biting you and not David though.



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