After installing slackware 8.0 on my laptop (Inspiron 7000),
I decided to add apm support to the kernel. (Kernel 2.2.19)
Currently, all I've done is built the source (taken from the
slackware distribution) and created a bzdisk. (i.e. I have
not added the apm support yet). I am not re-building
the modules as I presume that they are built for the same
version of the kernel? Is this true?
Booting from this new kernel does not correctly load
the PCMCIA network card. However, the device driver
still loads correctly when I boot from the original
The message I get is:
*cardmgr: bind '3c575_cb' to socket 1 failed:
Operation not permitted*
Any help much appreciated.
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