It looks that way... in fact, it looks like it's trying to load the module i82365.o, which may not be the correct one for your card. It does seem to be detecting it, though.
Something else I just thought of: see if you have /proc/bus/pci/devices, or /proc/bus/isa/devices, or something similar; those are text files (sort of) that list what kind of hardware your kernel thinks you have. Try googling around for the vendor numbers or other information you may get from that, along with the name/model of your wireless card, and see if you can determine what module is appropriate for your card. With luck, it'll be a module that is already installed with your kernel, and you can just load it with 'insmod' or 'modprobe'; if not, you may end up needing to recompile the kernel to get the right module.
Sorry I can't be of more help! Haven't done much with PCMCIA stuff.
Oh yeah, also, I know that there is a separate package of modules called pcmcia_cs
which you may need to install. It handles a lot of PCMCIA stuff that the kernel doesn't. Have a look at their supported cards to see if yours is in there.