[K12OSN] PCMCIA Boot Capabilities

Gustav J Kramer gj.kramer at planet.nl
Fri Jul 1 18:57:22 UTC 2005

Not really answering your question but FWIW I've had good success with
the linksys 10/100 cards using the wireless package.

- gustav

On Fri, 2005-01-07 at 14:11 -0400, Ben Murphy wrote:
> I'm new to using K12LTSP and was trying to configure bootable media
> for older laptops. They lack an onboard ethernet controller, and as
> such I have to use PCMCIA devices for networking. I've found some
> support for PCMCIA boot disks (specifically
> wireless_ltsp-3.0.5-i386.tgz), but the devices that I use aren't
> supported. One FAQ that I read recommended compiling a kernal with
> specific drivers and making a boot disk from that. However, I don't
> have enough experience with Linux to take that step. Does anyone know
> if someone else has undertaken something like this? If so, are there
> boot disk files available?
> Thanks,
> Ben
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