> On restart/book, shouldn't the PCMCIA modules in rc.d load before network if
> my laptop uses a PCMCIA networking card?
You'd think so, wouldn't you? ;-)
Quote:> Does the order matter? Obviously,
> my laptop's networking is not-working so I tried to change this order, but
> still doesn't work.
Indeed. However, unless something's gone badly wrong, the Ethernet interface
should be initialised as soon as card services starts. I'd start looking there.
Check /var/log/messages for the output from cardmgr and see whether it even
detects your ether card. You should a whole bunch of stuff there as it starts
up, finds the cards, and then runs init scripts for them.
Some Cirrus Logic chipsets require a "wakeup" option (read the HOWTO) in order
to initialise. I've seen that problem on one laptop I played with.
> Rob Mitchell
> Base Class Technologies, Inc.