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Name : YOSHIMURA Hideaki (email@example.com)
Date : 2000/05/24
Machine : Panasonic Let's Note CF-L1A (CPU Mobile Celeron 400MHz,
HDD 6GB, RAM 192MB)
FreeBSD : Can't boot from floppy disk, El torito CD-ROM required
(FreeBSD-current (22 Apr 2000 01:30))
APM BIOS : OK (1.2)
PCIC : Ricoh RL5C475
- Allied Telesis LA100-PCM-T V2 (Fast Ethernet)
Misc Info :
Can't use (USB-)FDD, displayed as follows:
fdc0: direction bit not set
fdc0: cmd 3 failed at out byte 1 of 3
fdc0 not found at 0x3f0
Can't use internal modem because It isn't detected. It seems a software modem.
Can't use built-in audio. There is no driver.
Name : Ken Seggerman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Machine : Toshiba Satellite 305CDS (CPU Pentium 486, HDD 1.51 GB
(1547 MB Windows95 PriDOS 496 MB FreeBSD, 16 MB ExDOS),
RAM 80 MB)
FreeBSD : No problem, Installed from CD and re-installed from
PAO-boot.flp (Version number of FreeBSD)
Pccard Pkg: PAO-boot.flp for 2.2.5
APM BIOS : No problem
PCIC : Toshiba ToPIC97 CardBus Controller
- Copied "Xircom" "CreditCard Modem Ethernet" section from
pccard.conf.sample, and altered product string to match
probed string "Xircom" "CreditCardModem CM-56T"
but does not work. Error: pccard no card on database...
Xircom CreditCard Modem CM-56
I tried changing the card line in conf to match
my modem, and tried it the original way.
I left everything else alone. User PPP accessed the
modem without complaint, there was no dial tone, the
lights on the modem cable dongle did not light up and
User PPP reported: dial failed
Misc Info :
I was very encouraged to see an entry in the
pccard.conf.sample for a Xircom Modem, but could not get it to
work. I am about to give up and get myself another modem for the
laptop. Any advice would be welcome.
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Toshihiko ARAI <toshi@jp.FreeBSD.org>