Re: Modem Configuration Again!
>Dale Scheetz writes:
>>There was already a 0setserial file there, I just added the line for
>Hmm, that's roughly what worked for me. Obvious stupid questions:
>Did you put it before or after the existing line for cua3 (if there is
The existing cua3 line was commented out. I put my line just before the
>Have a look in (e.g.) /etc/init.d/boot (or indeed /etc/init.d/*); you
>should find a line saying something like `run-parts /etc/rc.boot'.
There is no run-parts line in /etc/init.d/boot on my machine! Where should
it go in the boot script?
>When I set things up I was briefly confused by the fact that both the
>kernel and setserial print up their idea of what the serial ports are
>... the later message is the correct one, obviously.
Since 0setserial doesn't get executed, I only see the kernel configuration
>>>(This machine doesn't have one at all; I think my machine at home does
>>>but it's a slightly older version of Debian.)
>See also Raul's message to debian-user.
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