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> I have just spent a very frustrating evening trying to get console on USB
> working. My laptop does not have regular DB-9 serial connectors, only
> USB. So I ordered a USB to serial converter, configured a 2.6.0-test3
> kernel, added a console=/dev/ttyUSB0 to the kernel command line and
> connected this to my desktop with a null modem adapter. However, I am
> unable to get output from this setup on the desktop. On another setup I
> can get a normal serial console output, so I am fairly confident I can set
> things up correctly.

For laptops, might console=/dev/irda work?

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