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Old 02-06-2002, 11:12 AM   #1
mikeyt_333
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Pcmcia not working off pcmcia/pcmciadd.img


K, I want to get RH 7.2 on my system. I transfered the necessary images to allow me to use my pcmcia card through a card bus, and the card appears to load okay (there are no errors). The problem is that my card is a Lucent Orinoco and the drivers require a parameter "netowrk_name=***" in order to connect to the network, this is similar to the windows workgroup I believe. As a result my card can't connect to the network with DHCP or static, is there anyway to add this parameter to the pcmciadd.img, or how else can I setup a driver disk that would contain this information? This info is normally set in /etc/pcmcia/config.opts.

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