RE: Modems on PowerBook 3400
On 19 July 2002 18:22 "Philipp Kaeser" <email@example.com> wrote:
} well, it doesn't look too bad - atleast, you got the PCMCIA controller
}running and the card gets detected :)
This is what's frustrating. The hardware seems to work just fine...
I just gotta find how to introduce the right bits of hardware to each other.
} the "input overrun" problem: the pb2400 has a "wired" serial port
}(printer/modem) AND an IRDA port (being at /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1);
}when loading the PCMCIA card, /dev/ttyS1 gets "shadowed".
}At least, thats what it does here, running potato.
I seem to have the same thing. If I remember correctly, the 2400 is the
same thing as a 3400, just the case is different, for all intents and purposes.
} The *might* be a conflict with that - unfortunately, I can't help
} you much, there. Try looking up docs if it's possible to map the
} PCMCIA modem to anything above /dev/ttyS0 (best would be /dev/ttyS2);
} hoever, I can't give you a clue if/how this would be possible.
As I said in my last message, I tried that with setserial with no joy.
Anyway, which docs do I try?
(Anyone who's reading the list...?)
}> : Socket 0:
}> : Vcc 5.0V Vpp1 0.0V Vpp2 0.0V
}> : interface type is "memory and I/O"
}> : irq 22 [exclusive] [level]
}> : speaker output is enabled
}> : function 0:
}> : config base 0x1040
}> : option 0x47 status 0x08 pin 0x00 ext 0x00
}> : io 0x03f8-0x03ff [8bit]
}> : Socket 1:
}> : not configured
}> To me, it looks like my actual serial port (printer/modem) on ttyS0 is sharing an interrupt
}> with my pcmcial modem. Could this be why pon and wvdial can't ever find a modem?
}uhrm... actually, it should not. Atleast the pb2400 uses not an uart chip,
}but some bizarre Z8530 controller. check dmesg for lines like the following:
}PowerMac Z8530 serial driver version 2.0
}tty00 at 0xc4a0b020 (irq = 15) is a Z8530 ESCC, port = modem
}tty01 at 0xc4a12000 (irq = 16) is a Z8530 ESCC, port = IRDA
I have the same things... although I'll have to double check that the
interrupts are the same.
} Why is there isapnp running? AFAIK mac does not have an ISA bus, so
} why bothering? Possibly there is a mess-up with that?
No, I don't have an ISA bus. Don't know why it got installed.
Don't know how to uninstall it, either.
} Then, when the PCMCIA card initializes properls (both "beeps" are high and
} short - are they already?),
Yep. They have always been there.
} try using "minicom" package and tool; you
}can "speak" with your modem directly.
}(since if you haven't configured ppp yet properly, this might be another
}case for failure).
Minicom can communicate with the modem on any port, so I don't have anything there.
} ("echoed" to you by the modem). If you can't see
} anything, minicom didn't find the modem.
No echos. I wasn't getting anything.
Back to the drawing board.
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