Re: 2 questions
On Fri, Feb 22, 2002 at 08:38:55AM +0800, a wrote:
| i compile kernel 2.0.36. everything else seems OK except modprobe complain
| it can't locate char-major-10
| i have a Ham modem and debian 2.2. i compile the linux driver and install
| it. but pon fails. i use the command below:
| setserial /dev/ttyS3 irq 10
| but it does not help.
Debian 2.2 (aka "potato") comes with kernel 2.2.20 now, and AFAIK, has
always had a 2.2.x kernel. Your 2.0.36 kernel is extremely old (it
was what I had when I first saw linux, RH 5.2). First I would get a
recent kernel. Either 2.2.20 or 2.4.17 (I am using the latter). Then
check which serial device your modem is plugged in to. It may not be
ttyS3. If you still don't get it to work, then come back and tell us
what you tried and the exact error messages you got.
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