It works just fine as a module. What problems are you seeing?
> I think a much better solution right now is to use drivers from
> pcmcia-cs package. It always works. If you do not configure any support
> for pcmcia in your kernel, when you build pcmcia-cs it will build kernel
> drivers from its own source tree. Just make sure you use the latest
> version. This also allows configuration files interoperbility with 2.2.x
> kernel, if you wish to use that as well.
pcmcia-cs does not always work, and it puts your nice 32-bit hardware
into 16-bit compatibility mode AFAIK.
If you have 2.4 bugs, please report them instead of spewing B.S.
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