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SubjectRe: Syba 8-Port Serial Card Unidentified By Kernel
Andrey Panin wrote:
> On 278, 10 05, 2007 at 05:31:05PM -0400, Chris Bergeron wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I've just installed a multiport serial card released by an outfit called
>> Syba. This is an 8 port serial-only card with an Octopus style breakout
>> cable. The main chipset on it is an ITE IT8871F.
>>
>
> Are you sure ? IIRC IT887x are PCI-ISA bridges with additional periphery
> and your lspci shows PLX chip. Can you send complete lspci -vv output ?
> Output of dmesg could be useful too.
>
>
>
I'm sure that's what it says on the largest chip on the PCI card. It
could be that the other two chips are more relevant... the numbers from
them are included below.

I've posted up a quick text only page with the diagnostic information
from the system (full dmesg, lspci, etc) plus links to pictures of the
board (since others might see something important that I'm not aware
of). You can access that at
http://pcburn.com/files/Syba_serial_controller/index.html

One chip has "ITE IT8871F 0641-AYS ZF1M04L" written on it, and the other
two have a stylized celtic knot looking "T" followed by "TG16C554CJG
FTA6M-001 0620-B".
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