macroron at gmail.com
Fri Feb 24 20:55:44 UTC 2006
>> ron wrote:
>>I s there some way to set the pci device to another setting other than
>> ttyS14? I am experimenting with some live cds and they do not include
>> ttyS14 in their modem setups.
>> My fedora core dmesg says:
>> ttyS14 at I/O 0xa000 (irq = 3) is a 16550
>> usually adding a sym link modem in /dev with:
>> ln -sf /dev/ttyS14 /dev/modem
> Mikkel wrote:
> I think you are stuck making the symlink. The problem is that the
> driver for the PCI I/O card is setting the port to ttyS14, so it
> is the driver that would need to be changed. If you were not using
> live CDs, you could create a udev rule, but this is not really an
> option for live CDs. (You could also use setserial to change the
# setserial <space> /dev/ttyS4 <space> port <space> 0xa000 <space> irq
<space> 3 <space> uart <space> 16550A <space> spd_vhi
worked for me. Your correct the driver is setting the device.
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