LFS on Laptop

Chris Eagan chris24e at starpower.net
Wed Jan 29 09:49:52 PST 2003


Thanks.  That doesn't sound too hard.  My host distro uses APM and it
seems to work well.  My NIC is not wireless so no extra complication
there :) 

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> On Wed, 2003-01-29 at 00:45, Magellanic wrote:
> > When you compile your kernel, make sure you include support for your
> > network card, either as a module or built in, up to you. I used help
> > from my other linux distro to help me what modules etc... I needed.
> 
> Addenum to this... any and all support you need for network cards that
> are PCMCIA cards should already be provided by the modules that
> PCMCIA-CS comes with.  You don't need any network card drivers from
your
> kernel for these.
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