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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Stop pmac_zilog from abusing 8250's device numbers.
Alan Cox writes:

> That would be completely unmanagable on many systems with multiport
> controllers and interfaces where the naming tells you things like which
> cable port off which socket off which multiplexor is the one you are
> talking about.

I never suggested *all* serial ports should be /dev/ttySn, I said that
the built-in ports on the motherboard should be /dev/ttySn. The
built-in ports can generally be enumerated early on boot in a stable
order, and they should be assigned the low ttySn numbers, regardless
of what chip is used to implement them.

Paul.
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