The Zaurus has an SD slot, which is supported just fine (minus any ofQuote:> Does anyone have any information on linux support of Secure Digital
> cards? I have a Toshiba 6100 laptop, and I'd like to be able to use
> the SD card. Is there any support for this device?
, the kernel module for the SD slot is not Free yet though Sharp claims
to be negotiating release of the source.
How is the SD slot on the Toshiba connected? Through a PCI-to-PCMCIA
adapter? Through a USB adapter? Does a weird device show up when you
do "lspci -v"? The thing's connection to the motherboard may make a lot
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Is there any support for the Digital Roamabout (like Wavelan) PCMCIA cards
under Linux on Alpha? Specifically trying to find out if I can use on in
a Multia (to set up a wireless in-home router where I cannot run a wire
cleanly); the other side will be an access point. Appreciate any pointers
as they are not listed in the (admittedly not new) Linux docs or CDs that
I have available.