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After Three weeks the Answer was right in front of me, to start a pcmcia network adapter in gentoo type in [code]/etc/init.d/pcmcia start then you can run Code: net-setup et0 ...
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    Getting a 3Com Megahertz PCMCIA up and Running on Gentoo


    After Three weeks the Answer was right in front of me, to start a pcmcia network adapter in gentoo type in

    [code]/etc/init.d/pcmcia start

    then you can run

    Code:
    net-setup et0
    
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    plus you can use

    rc-update add whatever default

    to have it automatically run for you on every restart...though with gentoo barring a kernel recompile why would you ever restart?
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