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  • Subject: Re: [vox-tech] i/o setup quick ?
  • From: Mark Kim <mkkiMAPSm@ucdavis.edu>
  • Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 15:14:38 -0700
  • References: 383299329.972152735070.JavaMail.root@web184-iw

When Windows says "d000-d0ff", it means it uses that range of IO
ports.  Under Linux, you can usually just specify the base address (d000
in this example) and the rest can be figured out depending on what device
it is.

ISA cards (non-PnP) can be set with IRQ.  Some ISA cards can be PnP or
manual.  PCI is always automatic.  Sometimes you can set the PCI's IRQ
from BIOS relative to the slot location.

I hope that answers your question!

-Mark

On Sat, 21 Oct 2000, Roland Minden wrote:

> When getting an io setting from winblows I get a range like io = d000-d0ff
> which setting do I use? Is there a pci or isa card that can be manually st
> with a IRQ and port setting like a modem card?
> 
> Rusty Minden
> Scientia non est potentia, quae prologum potentia solidum est.
> Knowledge is not power, but the prelude to power.
> rminden@mail.com
> ........................................................ 
> iWon.com       http://www.iwon.com     why wouldn't you? 
> ........................................................
> 

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Mark K. Kim
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