Cisco driver stopped working with -current

Pete Carss itinerant at
Sat Apr 10 14:47:57 PDT 2004

Scott Mitchell wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 10, 2004 at 05:57:35PM +0100, Pete Carss wrote:
>>Scott Mitchell wrote:
>>>On Sat, Apr 10, 2004 at 03:19:22PM +0100, Pete Carss wrote:
>>>Can you boot with hw.pccard.debug=1 and hw.pccard.cis_debug=1 (you'll need
>>>to break into the loader at boot time and set them there) and send me the
>>>resulting output (should end up in /var/run/dmesg.boot)?
>>I think I've done what you the kernel prompt I "set" the 
>>hw...'s the result:
> Hi Pete,
> That was exactly what I asked for, but not exactly what I wanted to see...
> Could you try booting again without the Aironet card plugged in, then:
> 	# sysctl hw.xe.debug=2
> and plug in the Aironet?  You should get a lot of new debug output from the
> xe driver that will hopefully tell us why it thinks it owns this card.
> Apologies for not asking for everything the first time around.
> Cheers,
> 	Scott

This is what I got - note I assumed you meant not to set the two 
variables I set previously??


xe0: pccard_match
xe0: pccard_product_match
xe0: <Cisco Systems 340 Series Wireless LAN Adapter> at port 0x100-0x13f 
irq 10
function 0 config 5 on pccard1
xe0: pccard_probe
xe0: vendor = 0x015f
xe0: product = 0x0007
xe0: prodext = 0x00
xe0: vendor_str = Cisco Systems
xe0: product_str = 340 Series Wireless LAN Adapter
xe0: cis3_str = (null)
xe0: cis4_str = (null)
device_probe_and_attach: xe0 attach returned 19


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