In message: <2004...@ptavv.es.net>
"Kevin Oberman" <ober...@es.net> writes:
: > Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 23:45:32 -0600
: > From: John Shelton <shel...@onr.com>
: > Sender: owne...@freebsd.org
: > with what version of freebsd do pcmcia network cards work?
: PCMCIA PCcards (16 bit) worked starting with V4.3, I think.
The ze driver was in 3.0, which supported NE-2000 pcmcia cards. By
about 3.2 base FreeBSD supported it. By about 3.4 or so had most of
the PAO support merged in.
: CardBus (32
: bit) cards are new in V5 and will have their first stable support if 5.3
: is declared stable in a few weeks. While the "16 bit is PCcard" and "32
: bit is CardBus" is usually true, I think that there may be some 16-bit
: CardBus cards out there, but they are not common.
No. There are no 16-bit CardBus cards. CardBus is pci and 32-bit by