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Re: isa-pnp, modem & the 2.4.5 kernel

I admit this solution is annoying and is not the way to go...but
temprarily you could use the old isa-pnp tools.  Just do
pnpdump -c | isapnp

Did you possibly forget to compile in serial port stuff?  Just a shot in
the dark...


On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Parrish M Myers wrote:

> Can anyone help?
> I have a 3Com US Robotics 56K Voice Fax Internal modem...  It worked
> great with isapnp and the 2.2.18 kernel.  As soon as I upgraded my
> system to unstable and the 2.4.5 kernel, it won't work anymore.  The
> isa-pnp.o kernel module detects the modem but upon 'cat /proc/isapnp'
> it tells me that the device is not active and spews out severial
> configuration options...  It apparently doesn't set up the card
> properly.
> Does anyone know how to use isa-pnp to get the modem configured
> properly?
> one side point, '/dev/ttyS4' echos back and ATDT so I think the card
> may be bound to that serial port... but if that is the case, why is it
> that every time I try to use that port I get the error message that the
> ioctl is invalid?  Invalid ioctl... what is that!
> Thanks
> Parrish Myers
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