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Re: PCI modem. Not related to Debian.

On Tue, Aug 14, 2001 at 07:45:16AM -0400, Wayne wrote:
| Hi,
| I'm trying to get a PCI modem working on a Redhat  7.1 distribution.
| I excuted the following command to see where the system saw the card.
| cat /proc/pci > pci.txt
| Looking at the file I see that the system see the card on IRQ 5 but,
| I don't see any port address. can someone tell me how to get the port
| address?
| I wish to excute this command.
| setserial /dev/ttyS1 irq 5 port ???? autoconfig

When I setup the modems in my systems (they were ISA though) I didn't
need to do any serial port configuration.  I simply used minicom to
figure out that (a) the modem works and (b) what the interaction with
my ISP was.  I then created a chat script and used 'pon' to dial a


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