Re: Kernel Driver for Apple Cobalt Modem
Bastien Nocera writes:
> > Does anybody know which kernel compilation option(s) needed to support
> > Apple Cobalt Modem (Internal modem in iBooks and PowerBooks)?
> Just like with every (non-win)modem, serial driver. Dunno if you need
> the "mac-serial" (under the Mac devices) or the generic serial one, as I
> don't use it anymore.
You need to have CONFIG_MAC_SERIAL=y and CONFIG_SERIAL=n in your
kernel config. On my Pismo, this results in
PowerMac Z8530 serial driver version 2.0
tty00 at 0xc98c9020 (irq = 22) is a Z8530 ESCC (cobalt modem)
tty01 at 0xc98d0000 (irq = 23) is a Z8530 ESCC (IrDA)
in dmesg output. The modem is then accessible via /dev/ttyS0, while
the IrDA port is at /dev/ttyS1.
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