Re: modem not working
just installed Debian again, and now with the original kernel the pppd
starts correctly. Must be a 2.4 bug?
However, when booting, my kernel shows two lines like:
tty00 at 0x3013020 (irq=15) is a 28530 ESCC, port = modem
tty01 at 0x3013000 (irq=16) is a 28530 ESCC, port = printer
But when I look in /dev/, there are no tty00 and tty01. So why this kernel
message? And, how can I create those when needed?
On Sun, 11 Feb 2001 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I'm running debian potato with kernel 2.2.18 and pppd 2.2.11 on a PowerMac 7500
> with a SupraExpress 56k. I had a problem with the /dev/ttyS0 device that
> I was using for my modem. It would dial up but it just never could establish
> a pppd connection. Finally tried the old /dev/cua0 and now it works. I don't really
> understand why though. I think it is somehow related to the modem and the mac
> 8-pin serial port.
> Using /dev/cua0 could help, but then again it might not be supported in kernel
> 2.4.1. If who need to know how to create /dev/cua0, let me know and I will
> tell you how.
> Hope this helps somewhat.
> On Sun, Feb 11, 2001 at 04:56:49PM +0100, Sebastiaan wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am new to Debian on PowerMac, so I hope my question will be a piece of
> > cake for you.
> > I have a powermac 7300, debian potato, fresh compiled kernel 2.4.1 and a
> > supraexpres 33.6 modem.
> > The problem: I can not connect the internet. I can call my ISP with
> > minicom and everything seems to be ok, but when calling in with pon or
> > wvdial, pppd stops. It seems from the logfiles that the problem is this:
> > Serial connection established.
> > ioctl(PPPIOCGFLAGS): invalid argument
> > tcsetattr: Invalid argument
> > Exit.
> > I do not know if this is modem related, kernel or architecture (ppc). It
> > worked under YDL (Redhat for PPC) and 2.2.12. I compiled ppp as a module
> > (including the ppp_generic, ppp_deflate, etc).
> > I have no problems with 2.4.1 on my i386 machine.
> > What is wrong?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Sebastiaan
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