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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Fix for serial.c to work with Xircom Cardbus Ethernet+Modem
Tom Sightler wrote:
> OK, can you try this patch? It's very simple, and is probably not the
> correct fix (the correct fix is probably to add the Xircom card to the
> supported PCI table), but it works for me. I'm not sure why the generic pci
> serial code counts the number of iomem regions and only uses it if it has
> exactly 0 or 1, but the Xircom has 2 iomem regions so the generic code fails
> to use it. The following change relaxes the generic code to allow for up to
> 2 iomem regions on a PCI serial device. I have no idea what the side
> effects would be to this change, but it makes my Xircom work again and that
> was my goal. If I can help someone fix this correctly let me know what you
> need.

[snipped patch]

It seems something changed in 2.4.3-pre7 (against which I applied your
patch) so that it doesn't make a difference. On startup I now get this,
which I am CC:ing as per printk to

Mar 24 23:59:05 princess cardmgr[374]: initializing socket 1
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess kernel: got res[10c04000:10c07fff] for resource 6 of PCI device 115d:0103
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess cardmgr[374]: socket 1: Xircom CBEM56G-100 CardBus 10/100 Ethernet + 56K Modem
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess kernel: PCI: Enabling device 05:00.1 (0000 -> 0003)
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess kernel: Redundant entry in serial pci_table. Please send the output of
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess kernel: lspci -vv, this message (4445,259,4445,4481)
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess kernel: and the manufacturer and name of serial board or modem board
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess kernel: to
Mar 24 23:59:05 princess kernel: register_serial(): autoconfig failed

The card is a Xircom RBEM56G-100, despite what the card advertises.

(in case you wonder, cardmgr is from pcmcia_cs-3.1.25).

Thanks & ciao,

--alessandro <> <>

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