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Dear all, I have an Eiger Labs SCSI PCMCIA card with FFC ID K36... chipset, which I want to use to access a KXL-D740 CD-ROM drive. As some of you are only too aware of, the PCMCIA card is not supported by the Linux's pcmcia package. I was wondering whether it would be possible to use it from dosemu. I tried to do as much, but the driver (or, more precisely, the SETUP.EXE program for the DOS driver provided by Eigerlabs) just froze. Is it possible to use PCMCIA cards from dosemu - cards that cannot be configured from Linux? ...

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    Default PCMCIA under dosemu

    Dear all,

    I have an Eiger Labs SCSI PCMCIA card with FFC ID K36... chipset,
    which I
    want to use to access a KXL-D740 CD-ROM drive. As some of you are only
    too aware of, the PCMCIA card is not supported by the Linux's pcmcia
    package. I was
    wondering whether it would be possible to use it from dosemu. I tried
    to do
    as much, but the driver (or, more precisely, the SETUP.EXE program for
    the DOS driver provided by Eigerlabs) just froze.

    Is it possible to use PCMCIA cards from dosemu - cards that cannot be
    configured
    from Linux? Has anybody succeeded in using this particular card, or
    similar ones?
    What am I doing wrong? Should I uninstall Linux's PCMCIA support
    first, and if so, how?

    Many thanks in advance for your reply.

    Harald
    [email]haraldhmath.princeton.edu[/email]
    Harald Helfgott Guest

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    Default Re: PCMCIA under dosemu

    "Harald Helfgott" <haraldhmath.princeton.edu> wrote:
    > As some of you are only too aware of, the PCMCIA card is not supported
    > by the Linux's pcmcia package. I was wondering whether it would be
    > possible to use it from dosemu.
    I don't know if this will work, but you will probably have to unload any
    pcmcia modules and edit dosemu.conf to give dosemu access to the
    addresses where your pcmcia chipset live.

    regards Henrik
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