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Old 10-12-2011, 04:17 PM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#556433:

(cc-ing the bug log)
Steve Karg wrote:

> I think the Linux 2.4 kernels worked, but it would have been many
> years ago that I used it, and I don't really recall. I originally used
> a PCMCIA wireless adapter on this laptop when it was running Debian
> and KDE long ago. I pulled it out of my stash when my NSLU2 crashed
> and I really missed having a keyboard and screen. I wiped the old
> KDE+2.4 kernel, and did a fresh Debian install. I tried to use the
> wireless, but it was too slow for home file serving. I had the 3com
> PCMCIA 10/100 Ethernet adapter lying around and decided to use it.
> That is when I started having problems with the 2.6 kernel and the
> adapter.

Thanks much.
 

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