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Setting serial ports

I have some strange IRQ settings for my serial ports. Linux doesn't 
autoprobe properly. I've read in the manual that this can be 
corrected by via setserial. This seems a rather inelegant solution. 
Is there a way similar to the "pas16=0x388,20" I use for my CD-ROM 
controller to override the autoprobe in the first place? I've looked 
at the serial-HOWTO and the various documents on the LDP but could 
find no such solution.

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