Better news. I've recompiled the kernel just now and that did not make a
difference. Then I recompiled pccardd and pccardc and I can now
suspend/resume my machine at will (as in I've suspended the machine
during the writing of this message).
On Tue, 7 Dec 1999, Warner Losh wrote:
> In message <Pine.BSF.firstname.lastname@example.org> Nick Hibma writes:
> : Hm, The machine is not crashing at the moment when unplugging the
> : device. But plugging it back in gives me a 'No free configuration for
> : card Ethernet' ('Ethernet' being the quite splendid name of the card in
> : the CIS).
> : A quick browse reveals the following difference between ep and ed. It
> : doesn't have any effect however.
> : Let me know if I can test anything. I'd like to get that working, but
> : don't have the time to dig into this (utun driver is more important :)
> Quick question. If you kill and restart pccardd does the problem go
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