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Date:      Mon, 4 Nov 1996 16:45:24 -0300 (GRNLNDST)
From:      ormonde@trem.cnt.org.br (Rodrigo Ormonde)
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   sio2 disabled
Message-ID:  <9611041945.AA12230@trem.cnt.org.br>

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  Hi.

  I'm running FreeBSD 2.1.5 on a pentiun 90 Mhz. I've made a customized kernel
for this machine, very similar with the GENERIC. Everything is running
fine, except for the fact that every time I reboot the machine the serial
sio2 is disabled. 
  I have to enter a boot -c to enable it and than it works perfectly, up
to the next reboot, then it's again disabled.
  The sio2 is a US-Robotics sportster 14.400 (internal). It's using IRQ 4.
I have removed the sio0 from my kernel so it has only sio1 and sio2 defined.
  I'd been using FreeBSD 2.1 for a long time and this problem never happened.

  Does anybody know how to fix this bug (I think it's a bug :-). 

  Please send answers directly to me, I'm not on the list.

  Thanks in advance.

-- 
Rodrigo de La Rocque Ormonde
e-mail: ormonde@cnt.org.br
PGP Public key: finger ormonde@cnt.org.br 



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