Re: pbg4 modem wakup
>> Also, check your kernel configuration. The 1st run TiG4 does have a
>> modem. Perhaps Mac serial support is required? I don't think setserial is
>> needed, but if it is, it certainly doesn't take standard x86 values.
>> is on IRQ 53.
>My modem is on IRQ 22 (as reported by setserial and on system startup) also
>the macserial driver is loaded as a module from /etc/modules and reports an
>"internal modem" on /dev/ttyS0 on startup. What are the correct interupt
You shouldn't have to worry about interrupt values and port addresses,
those are automatically assigned from Open Firmware values. If dmesg properly
reports an internal modem, then it is supported. Just make sure to wait long
enough after opening the port.