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Tom Sightler wrote:
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> Hi all,
>
> I saw a discussion on this list about this problem earlier, but could not
> find that it had actually been resolved.

That was me :) and no, it doesn't work. Jeff Garzik asked me to enable
a couple debug #defines in serial.c, apply patches to serial.c and
finally disable i82365 support but as of now it doesn't work.

It looks like we have the same card with modem @ 0x1880.

[snip]

> Any ideas? I may look at it more tomorrow. For now I'm back to using
> serial_cb which still works fine (even though that apparently suprises many
> people).

:) this is -pre4 with serial_cb which works fine, and always has...

--alessandro <alessandro.suardi@oracle.com> <asuardi@uninetcom.it>

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