"Recently, I've come to really appreciate small projects in the
GNU/Linux community and the dedication of the maintainers of these
projects. With all the distribution companies touting their latest
releases, sometimes we forget about the dedicated little guys who
maintain portions of GNU/Linux and quietly crank out quality
"An excellent example of such a project is the Linux PCMCIA Card
Services project hosted on SourceForge.net. In the past two months,
I've converted two laptops to Linux for use on our local area
network, and without the use of the documentation and patches
offered at the Linux PCMCIA Card Services project, I would have
"In this article, I'm going to walk you through the
installation of PCMCIA cards and drivers on two laptops with two
completely different cards, neither of which is officially
supported by Linux. You'll be surprised at how easy it is if you
just know where to look for answers."
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