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Old 05-21-2003, 12:54 AM   #1
twolf
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how to override Yenta?


Hi,
I have installed a new kernel... And from that point on it won't start my wlan card. Instead of i82365 it says that it uses Yenta instead...
My old kernel was 4.18-10 and new is 4.20-13.... The thing is, that it will beep once (and the pci to pcmcia bridge works) but then it blonks (deep beep) and it doesn't initiate the card.... And I can't re-assign the IRQ 9 to anything else :-(, I had 5 before with the i82365....

Any ideas?

Thanks -- Tom
 
  


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