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Re: [vox-tech] Serial on RedHat 9?
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Re: [vox-tech] Serial on RedHat 9?



On Mon, Nov 03, 2003 at 10:24:43PM -0800, Mitch Patenaude wrote:
> I've got a generic, straight, generic RH 9.0 install on my IBM thinkpad 
> T20, and it appears that it doesn't have serial drivers in the kernel 
> by default, and I can't even figure out which drivers I should load.
> 
> (lsmod doesn't show them... cat /proc/interrupts doesn't show irq 3 or 
> 4 in use, /proc/ioports missing, etc)
> 
> Can anybody point me in the right direction?  Please don't tell me that 
> I need to do a kernel build just to get serial ports working?!

I'm pretty sure that RH 9 includes serial port support. Try looking at
the output of modprobe -l and seeing if it mentions a serial.o or
something similar. 

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