[newbie] Breezy =>Dapper upgrade follow-up issue: PCMCIA server failed?

C Hamel yogich at sc2000.net
Sun Apr 23 18:07:21 UTC 2006

On Sunday 23 April 2006 12:15, David Armour wrote:
> >> the re-boot screen listed one ominous, RED, 'failed' in an otherwise
> >> quotidian list of ubuntu-brown 'ok's: PCMCIA server.
> >>
> >> It's a known issue - desktop systems try to load PCMCIA, which fails
> >> because they don't have PCMCIA slots. (Those slots on the sides of
> >> many laptops that are around the size of a thick credit card.) Of
> >> course, if you have a laptop that has a PCMCIA slot or two, there's a
> thanks for your note. now that i see it in context, the connection (in
> *my* memory!) to laptop technology resurfaces. my desktop definitely
> doesn't have any 'slots on the side...' and this morning's update
> thingie seems to have completed with no observable error(s). maybe the
> upgrade folks have already fixed this? it seems unlikely, to me, but
> stranger things have happened. i guess i can relax about that particular
> error message. thanks again.
Thankfully, some things get fixed rather quickly.  Some others --like bug# 
40683-- do not. :-\ <LOL>  (Perhaps they're working on it, hopefully.)
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