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Old 08-26-2004, 08:31 AM   #1
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PCI-PCMCIA Bridge, anyone any experince? (Bufallo WLI-PCI-OP)

Hi everyone,

I have a PCI-PCMCIA bridge from Buffalo, which I am assured is a true generic PCI/PCMCIA adapter. Im trying to use it with a Proxim Orinico Wireless card, but Im unsure how to set up the bridge.

Does any have any experience with PCI-PCMCIA bridges?
Im using Fedora Core 1, with 2.4.26 kernel. On boot up after installing the card, the system does not detect any new hardware.

Any ideas?


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