[Bug 45295] Re: PCMCIA does not bring up eth1 during boot

TSloth launchpad at jblack.org
Wed Oct 24 15:28:33 UTC 2007

This same problem occurs on Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon with Xircom
RealPort REM56G-100 in a Dell Inspiron 4000 laptop.  Most likely in
Latitude C series laptops as well since they are virtually identical.

Physically ejecting the card and re-inserting it brings the network
(eth0) up in seconds.

Also I have installed pcmcia-cs and can get it to work with
cardctl eject 0
cardctl insert 0
if these commands are executed via sudo

- TSloth

PCMCIA does not bring up eth1 during boot
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