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Re: [vox-tech] Soundcard/Modem conflict: Results of Mike's May 5thinstru
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Re: [vox-tech] Soundcard/Modem conflict: Results of Mike's May 5thinstructions



command > file.txt

"file.txt" should then contain the results of "command." Good luck.
-Nick

>I'm the newbie with a soundcard/modem conflict that I emailed the list about
>on Sunday, May 5th.
>
>Mike then responded:
>
>>    Run the following (which are read-only commands and will not fix
>things),
>and email the results to list.
>
>=============
>for l in /dev/ttyS*; do setserial -a $l; done
>
>grep -vE '^#|^$' /etc/isapnp.conf
>
>cat /proc/isapnp
>
>ls -l /etc/rc.boot
>ls -l /etc/isapnp.conf
>=============
>
>Here are the results:
>
>1.  for l in /dev/ttyS*; do setserial -a $l; done
>
>This produced screen-after-screen of information that I was unable to slow
>down & capture.
>
>I manually ran setserial -a on /dev/ttyS0 - 9.  Here're the results for 0-4
>
>S0: Line 0, UART16550A, Port 0x03f8, IRQ:4
>	Baud-base: 115200, close_delay: 50; divisor: 0
>	closing_wait: 3000
>	Flags: spd_normal skip-test
>
>S1:  Line 1, UART16550A, Port 0x02f8, IRQ:3
>	[otherwise same info as for S0]
>
>S2:  Line 2, UART Unknown, Port 0x03f8, IRQ:4
>	Baud-base: 115200, close_delay: 50; divisor: 0
>	closing_wait: 3000
>	Flags: spd_normal skip-test
>
>S3: Line 3, UART Unknown, Port 0x02f8, IRQ:3
>	Baud-base: 115200, close_delay: 50; divisor: 0
>	closing_wait: 3000
>	Flags: spd_normal
>
>S4: Line 4, UART Unknown, Port 0x01a0, IRQ:2
>	Baud-base: 115200, close_delay: 50; divisor: 0
>	closing_wait: 3000
>	Flags: spd_normal Fourpart
>
>
>2. grep -vE '^#|^$' /etc/isapnp.conf
>
>Lots more info; this one at least I was able to capture with |more.
>
>But is there some way to pipe this to a file or my printer so that I don't
>have to write it down manually and rekey it????
>
>(READPORT 0x0273)
>(ISOLATE PRESSURE)
>(IDENTIFY *)
>(VERBOSITY 2)
>(CONFLICT (IO FATAL) (IRQ FATAL) (DMA FATAL) (MEM FATAL) # OR WARNING
>(CONFIGURE ENS4080/19114957 (LD0
>(IO 0 (BASE 0x330))
>(IO 1 (BASE 0x530))
>(INT 0 (IRQ 5 (MODE +E)))
>(INT 1 (IRQ 9 (MODE +E)))
>(DMA 0 (CHANNEL 1))
>(DMA 1 (CHANNEL 0))
>(NAME "ENS4080/19114957[0]{ENSONIQ SoundscapeVIVO}")
>	(ACT Y)
>))
>(CONFIGURE ENS4080/19114957 (LD1
>	(IO 0 (SIZE 8) (BASE 0x0200))
>	(NAME "ENS4080/19114957[0]{ENSONIQ SoundscapeVIVO}")
>(CONFIGURE USR0101/1388330562 (LD0
>	(IO 0 (SIZE 8) (BASE 0x02F8))
>	(INT 0 (IRQ3) (MODE +E)))
>	(NAME "USR0101/1388330562[0]{USRobotics Courier V.Everything}")
>	(ACT 7)
>))
>(WAITFORKEY)
>
>
>3. cat /proc/isapnp
>
>No such file or directory.
>
>4. ls -l /etc/rc.boot
>
>No such file or directory.
>
>5. ls -l /etc/isapnp.conf
>-rw-r--r--     /root    root     12363   April 21, 16:59  /etc/isapnp.conf
>
>
>By the way, I can communicate with my modem. I sent the string "ATDT" with a
>phone number to dial.  The ATDT woke the modem up, although it wouldn't dial
>the number I'd instructed.
>
>
>I look forward to further responses.
>
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