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    SubjectRe: R: How to avoid serial port buffer overruns?
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    On Fri, 2006-08-18 at 19:34 +0100, Russell King wrote:
    > That "0000:00:0b.0" looks like a PCI device ID. If it were a fourport
    > board, it would be "serial8250.3" according to the current enumeration
    > in linux/serial_8250.h.
    >
    > Also, another give away is that IRQ185 is being setup as a PCI interrupt
    > immediately prior to the devices being registered.
    >
    > And I doubt that an ISA board (which is what fourport is) would ever get
    > such a high IRQ number.
    >

    So you're saying that the standard 8250 driver is being used?

    This is the board they are using:

    http://www.moschip.com/html/MCS9845.html

    Lee

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