sio card detection
raoul.megelas at libertysurf.fr
Thu Jun 10 17:44:34 GMT 2004
On Thu, Jun 10, 2004 at 07:39:42PM +0400, Roman Kurakin wrote:
> Could you tell it's PCI device and vendor ids?
Sorry, I forgot the following:
"Socket Communications Inc Serial Port Adapter Revision B"
old pccard running on the old driver on a dell inspiron 8000 laptop.
no checksum, nothing written on it other than that!
the kernel: current dated 2004/06/07.
pciconf -lv tells nothing about the card.
raoul.megelas at libertysurf.Fr
> raoul.megelas wrote:
> >Hello list,
> >When compiled in the kernel, the wi driver assumes than the
> >old Socket Communication Inc. is a wireless card, and of course (it is
> >it resumes quite well. But after that, the card is not detected.
> >Is there a one pass check only here?
> >Without the wi driver compiled in the kernel, the card is attached to
> >its driver (sio):
> >pccard: card inserted, slot 1
> >sio4 at port 0x2f8-0x2ff iomem 0xd5000-0xd50ff irq 5 slot 1 on pccard1
> >sio4: type 16550A
> >sio4: unable to activate interrupt in fast mode - using normal mode
> >Can you tell me how to make the two types of cards working friendly
> >by default without recompiling the kernel?
> > raoul
> > raoul.megelas at libertysurf.fr
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