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SubjectRe: 921Kbps on Linux: is it possible ?!?!
On Fri, 16 Oct 1998, Linux Lists wrote:

# > I could not get 460K to work at all, nor 230K. Only 115K seems to work
# > correctly. Is there some magic I should be aware of?.
#
# What was the hardware you were trying to get it to work ??
# Did the hardware support those speeds ?!?! The regular 16550 does not
# support those speeds, so if this is your hardware, you have two options:
# upgrade your hardware or use 115.2Kbps max.
It most definately supports it. In fact, I bought the card specifically
for that reason.

ttyS01 at 0x02f8 (irq = 3) is a ST16650V2

Since the card has 'multiplier' type jumpers, I set it to x4 and set linux
to 115K. 230Kx2 and 460Kx1 didn't work :(

I hate to say it, but in that 'other' OS, it works fine :)

#
# Regards,
# Ivan Passos
#


G'day!

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