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Re: IRQ: how to find out which is to be used?

On Sun, Dec 17, 2000 at 03:25:56AM -0800, Erik Steffl wrote:
>   I have internal modem (real one, it works, the question is not about
> it and I know I should get external one:-) which acts as a serial port.
> It is ISA PnP card, can use different IRQs.
>   My main question is: how do I find out which IRQ it uses using linux
> tools?
>   the only way I can do it now is boot windows and peek into control
> panel|system (btw it uses either 9 or 11)

	Have you taken a look at "dmesg" yet?  I know it shows the irq's
	of my network cards.  Also you can "cat /proc/interupts".

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