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---- On 20 Sep 2003 16:24:34, Neal Lippman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> I have run into another problem with 2.6.0-test2 and -test4.
> I use a Pilot M505 which I have always synced using the serial
> never got around to getting it connected via USB). This has
> under the 2.4.x series, but does not work now that I have
> 2.6.0-test2 and -test4.
> I think the problem lies with the serial tty layer and not
> pilot-link interface, because "setserial -g /dev/ttyS0"
> "/dev/ttyS0: No such device."
> The output of "ls -l /dev/ttyS0" is:
> crw-rw---- 1 root pilot 4, 64 <date> /dev/ttyS0
> which looks just fine and reviewing devices.txt in the kernel
> indicate that the major/minor for this device hasn't changed.
> I am pretty sure the drive is installed; here's the output of
> "cat /proc/devices":
> Character devices:
> 1 mem
> 2 pty
> 3 ttyp
> 4 /dev/vc/0
> 4 tty
> 5 /dev/tty
> 5 /dev/console
> 5 /dev/ptmx
> 6 lp
> 7 vcs
> 10 misc
> 13 input
> 14 sound
> 21 sg
> 29 fb
> 116 alsa
> 128 ptm
> 136 pts
> 171 ieee1394
> 180 usb
> 202 cpu/msr
> 226 drm
> Block devices:
> 2 fd
> 3 ide0
> 22 ide1
> so it sure looks like the devices for tty are there.
> I'm not sure how else to troubleshoot - does anyone have any
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