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Old 03-15-2004, 02:39 PM   #1
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PCMCIA card on Redhat 8.0

Does anyone know where to buy a PCMCIA SCSI card that is compatible with Redhat 8.0? I'm trying to read a SCSI PC card on 8.0 on a laptop. It works fine on 7.3, but I can't get 8.0 to acknowledge the card. Sorry if that's not enough details about the problem, but hoping someone might have a quick idea. The PC Card I'm using is the "Ultra Wide SCSI PC Card w/Linux compatibility" from Ratoc who has not responded to my technical support questions.
Old 03-15-2004, 02:54 PM   #2
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ill assume the kernel has support for pcmcia cards in 8.9,

so go download the latest version of pcmcia-cs for you kernel version, and that should detect the card and have the necessary drivers to use it


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