From: John_White at domain dell.com
Date: Wed 27 Oct 1999 - 10:28:38 IST
you might want to run setserial <device> to see what UART it picks up for
each device. If it I believe it will report a 16450 UART on ports that
a) have a 16450 or
b) have no device attached,
or it may report an unknown UART if no serial device is present.
If you go through all the ports and have a look at the UARTs reported,
you'll see which ones have a 16550 (most common today, and required on a
33.6 modem). This will also tell you what port your modem is commected to
(if the kernel picked up your serial port).
From: John Gilbert [mailto:jgilbert at domain eircom.net]
Sent: 27 October 1999 00:50
To: ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] modem hell!
>Let's see the output from the pnpdump command. That might give
>enough info to configure the modem with isapnp.
I dont remember there being software like this before! :-) o well... just
goes to show i never realy did know that much, or linux has come a long way
in the year ive been locked in windows-world....
granted.... i have to go read up on it now :( anyway, output available at domain
http://www.geocities.com/magooman/pnpdump.txt - ) so, anyone wanna shed
some light on this & how it helps me? (or point me in a somewhat right
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