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>Unlike 2.4.2, 2.4.10 can automatically detect and configure PCI modems.
>That's why its already in use to setserial. The kernel has already
>found your modem, and assigned it ttyS4 (0-3 are reserved for the
>standard COM1-4). Theoretically, then, all you have to do is relink
>/dev/modem to /dev/ttyS4, and you should be set.

That is exactly what it turned out to be. Tnx. Works fine now.

>If you had read through 'dmesg', and the problem if what I suspect it
>is, you would have seen this pretty obviously.

I looked in dmesg and there it was, now that I know what to look for.

I also found a "redundant entry in serial pci_table" message and will
be sending the requested message off to serial-pci-info@lists.sourceforge.net.
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