Have a laptop that doesn't work with the kernel's controller driver
(yenta_socket)? Please leave a comment here with the manufacturer and model.
Chad Huneycutt (email@example.com)
SONY Vaio PCG-N505VE
on the contrary, i have a Sony N505VE and it _only_ works with yenta_socket and
not the other way round*.
* it doesn't work after a suspend/resume cycle using the i82365.
Fujitsu Lifebook C1020 here. I've to admit that I don't use suspend or anything like that, but I didn't manage to work with the yenta-socket driver.
Using only pcmcia-cs currently and it works fine (apart from the fact that I'm quite inexperienced with wireless-nics / I'm able to use the card. ;-)
Sony Vaio GRX516MD.
Works, Kernel 2.4.21pre3 (and previous) + PCMCIA-CS.
Doesn't Work 2.5.59/60 yenta_socket.
Fails to allocate an IRQ. IRQs are assigned on this system using ACPI
and most things get assigned IRQ 9. I think it doesn't want to share IRQs.
ibm thinkpad 600X
was showing weird errors with IRQs and failing to load the yenta_socket properly
until I added 'acpi=force' to my kernel boot params.
Marking CANTFIX. chadh seems MIA, and he can reopen this if he needs to.