[driverloader] Load Order Problem - Redhat EL3 and Dloader 2.08
agood214 at comcast.net
Sat Oct 23 10:55:22 EDT 2004
Outstanding - this has resolved the problem Thanks !
I knew this was a "newbie type of easily rsolavable thing"
BTW this is an IBM T30 and a Linksys 802.11G type card.
On Sat, 2004-10-23 at 04:15, Linuxant support (Jonathan) wrote:
> since you have a CardBUS (32-bit PCMCIA) wireless device, it is quite
> possible that changing the starting order of your services to make sure
> that the 'pcmcia' service is started before the 'network' service will
> fix the problem.
> Please use the following instructions to know how to change the starting
> order of your services :
> Please take a look at both the '/etc/init.d/network' and the
> '/etc/init.d/pcmcia' files. In each file, you should see a line like this :
> # chkconfig <run level number> <start prio number> <kill prio number>
> Then, please edit the '/etc/init.d/pcmcia' file and change the <start
> prio number> to the <start prio number> found in the
> '/etc/init.d/network' file minus one. You will also have to change the
> <kill prio number> which can be calculated with this simple formula :
> <kill prio number> = 100 - <start prio number>
> After the modifications have been made to the '/etc/init.d/pcmcia' file,
> please run the following command in a root shell :
> chkconfig pcmcia reset
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> AG wrote:
> > Can someone assist me with the exact syntax / solution:
> > Every boot I have to go to the web page and remove the card / reinsert
> > and then releoad the driverloader via the web page.
> > What exactly can I change to get the driverloader loading after the
> > pcmcia drivers ?
> > Thanks
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