/etc/modules may need to contain the following for some old PCMCIA
# ISA PnP driver
# New Low level PCMCIA driver
# yenta_socket # does not seem to be needed in my case
The rest is taken care of by PCMCIA scripts (from the
kmod. I think I needed
isa-pnp because my laptop is an old ISA-PCMCIA. Recent laptops
with CardBus/PCMCIA may not require this.
Voice of the genius Miquel van Smoorenburg
"I simply removed the entire pcmcia stuff from the laptop here at work,
including the cardmgr etc and just installed a 2.4 kernel with cardbus support,
and the new
hotplug package from woody.
As long as you only have 32-bit cards you don't need the pcmcia package; 2.4
has card services built in. And the standard tulip driver should work fine
with your dlink card.
configuration and PCMCIA, Section 10.8.5.