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Re: Installing modem.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kent West" <westk@acu.edu>
To: "debian-user" <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 10:22
Subject: Re: Installing modem.

> Hoyt Bailey wrote:
> > ----- Original Message ----- 
> > From: "Kent West" <westk@acu.edu>
> >>>Your output and mine agree except as follows:
> >>>Yours:    ttyS04 at port 0x7feo (IRQ = 10) is a 16550A
> >>>Mine:      ttyS04 at port 0xd000 (IRQ  = 19) is a 16550A
> >>
> >>
> >>Which means you're modem is on Com5, IRQ 10. You should be able to set
> >>this in /etc/wvdial.conf, or if you run pon/poff, pppconfig should give
> >>you an option to type in /dev/ttyS04.
> >>
> >
> > The problem is the(Mine) not the (Your).  The (Your) works.  How do you
> > translate 0x7fe0 to Com5? A doc ref would help.
> I don't; I translate the "ttyS4" as COM5. I thought I had written this
> before, but perhaps it was in another thread, or it didn't make it
> through; you subtract one from whatever value Windows labels the COM
> port. If Windows calls it COM1, then in Linux it'd be 0, or more
> accurately, /dev/ttyS0; COM4 in Windows would be /dev/ttyS3 in Linux. (I
> believe I (and someone else) miswrote above, by adding a zero in the
> name; it should be /dev/ttyS4, not /dev/ttyS04, but not having used a
> serial port in ages, I'm not for certain.)
> -- 
> Kent
Thanks for the info:  Since my windows lists the modom on com4 then it
should be mounted on ttyS03 or TTYS03 as listed on my system.  Part of the
system recognize the modem (KDE) but it shows it mounted:
I/O Ports:
d000-d007 US Robitics//3Com 56K fakmodem 5610
d000-d007 serial (auto)
I am confused;

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