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SubjectRe: Hard crash when trying to use PCI parallel port card
On Sat, Dec 09, 2000 at 01:14:00AM +0100, David Härdeman wrote:

> By looking at the windows drivers provided with the card I came to the
> conclusion that the onboard chip was an Oxford Semiconductor OX16PCI954
> which as far as I could understand is documented in
> http://www.oxsemi.com/products/uarts/ox16pci954/ox16pci954ds.pdf. I've

I've got a bunch of information from Titan in my inbox, and haven't
looked at how it affects this support.

There are different types of OX16PCI954..

> Looking at 2.2.18-pre25 I couldn't see that the patch had been included

I think it has.

> though and as far as I could understand (with my limited knowledge of C)
> the patch only added the PCI id's to the kernel.

Look closer. ;-) Yes, adding support for PCI parallel port cards
really isn't that many lines of code..

> <lspci -vvx>
> 00:0c.0 Communication controller: Titan Electronics Inc: Unknown device
> ffff

The patch you refer to won't see this card because it identifies
itself as a Titan Electronics card. I'm looking at adding support for
this any day now (they should be sending me some samples shortly).

Tim.
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