In regards to the pcmcia jobbys, thats what I was thinking, I just love
recompiling a super tight kernel, makes the response time better...or it
could be in me head..
I ended up swapping my 10/100 nic - I just could not get the fecker to work
under linux - for a 10 mbit one - ohh the pain -
To be honest - the speed difference is negligible, and the new one worked
As for VMWARE - I just ordered a 10 user license as it works now no worries,
2.2.17 solved the cdrom issue.
Cheers big ears,
ps. shares in linux has fallen big time (RH are lower than their original
offering), possibly time to buy? if I had any cash left, fancy lending me a
From: Jimmy O'Regan [mailto:jimregan at lit.compsoc.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2000 2:50 AM
To: Wynne, Conor
Cc: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: RE: [ILUG] Mandrake 7.2 / W2k
On Wed, 22 Nov 2000, Wynne, Conor wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>> My laptop
> I run VMware on my RH7 laptop for access to exchange mail (Outlook is
> the best mail client - no arguments) (celeron 433 160MB)
> I also run VM on my WINNT desktop pIII 600 with 128MB
> Which will have netware and SCO etc etc in little windows - nice
> And guess which is faster? The lowly laptop.
>> I have a question... due to a kernel bug or a vmware bug or something, I
> have no cdrom access under win98 with 2.2.16-22 (the default rh7)
Problems most likely with VMWare if the CDROM works normally otherwise
>> So it suggested upgrading (or downgrading), as I am new to this laptop
> malarkey, I only know how to use compile pcmcia cards with a 2.4 kernel.
> But vmware did not like 2.4 - it gave me an error - could not get a
> "timestamp for your processor" in other words.... www.goodluckcity.com
>> Finally my question:
> Which pre-2.4 kernel has direct support - modular or otherwise - for
> ps: of the 2.4's, I have tried 2.4.0-test1 and 2.4.0-test11 (the first and
> the last)
Look for the kernel-pcmcia rpms. The pcmcia stuff isn't integrated with
the rest of the kernel (or at least, it wasn't).
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