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Date:      Wed, 19 Apr 1995 20:55:47 +0300
From:      tanel@juku.li.ttu.ee (Tanel Kuusk)
To:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.org, splyaski@cmp.com
Subject:   Re: Logitech mouse & XFree86
Message-ID:  <9504191755.AA18425@juku.li.ttu.ee>

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> sio0 at 0x3f8-0x3ff irq 4 on isa
> sio0: type 16450
> sio1 not found at 0x2f8
> sio2 not found at 0x3e8
> sio3 not found at 0x2e8
That's normal. It shows that your machine has one serial port and there's
support for 4 serial ports compiled to kernel.

> 
> However, there's no tty00 (or tty01) device in /dev. If I try sh MAKEDEV 
But is there a com0 or cua00?

You can also try MAKEDEV com0 in /dev, although I can't see right now, what's
wrong. You may check your MAKEDEV script

> Is that some kind of unsupported hardware or I'm doing something wrong? Any 
MAKEDEV has nothing to do with hardware. It just creates entry points
to kernel (even if the driver isn't really there).

> ideas? Thanks.
You can also try to make it manually: 'mknod /dev/tty00 c 28 0'
(I'm not sure about the 28, but it works on my 1.1.5 system)

  Tanel





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