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Note that the Cyclades multi serial port driver does not need this driver built in for it to work. Post as a guest Name.
Getting serial ports to work on Linux
Filedes is not a tty. So I wrote an io port probing utility to directly read from io port 0x, and I could not detect linuz A registers in the 0x to 0x region. Most people will say Y or M here, so that they can use serial mice, modems and similar devices connecting to the standard serial ports. This page is automaticly generated with free libre, open software lkddb see lkddb-sources. This selects whether you want to include the driver for the standard serial ports.
Automatically generated in year with gen-web-lkddb. Do not compile this driver as a module if you are using non-standard serial ports, since the configuration information will be lost when the driver is unloaded.
Email Required, but never shown. What I’ve done so far: The programming guide on the page you point to is near-useless for answering this, but maybe you’ll get lucky and find someone who has programmed this SoC before.
Main index – S index. Now I’m working on getting lnux Linux part working. Sign up using Facebook. SE to chase the low-level parts. Nope, setserial doesn’t work. These modems are crippled and require proprietary drivers which are only available under Windows.
An attempt to do a setserial autoconfig fails with: The datasheet for the CPU doesn’t say much.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SERIAL_ / and compatible serial support
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. It can also mean the UART has a buggy implementation, but that’s probably not what’s going on here. I wrote a PCI utility that wrote to this bit, but it didn’t seem to enable the COM port or change anything when I did the io port probing.
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