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Date:      Wed, 11 Oct 95 10:46:25 CDT
From:      laufen@sol.med.ge.com (Derek Laufenberg  x7-4534)
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Cc:        caj@med.ge.com, laufen@med.ge.com
Subject:   serial console & memory mapped devices
Message-ID:  <9510111546.AA03486@merak.med.ge.com>

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I'm looking a using FreeBSD for an application which
requires the PC not have a monitor or keyboard.  For this 
reason I'd like to know what the state of the Serial Console
option is.  Can I use 2.0.5R or would 2.1 be better for this
application?

Also in this application I have some custom hardware which is
memory mapped to 0xD000 for which I have some working DOS programs.
I'd like to do a simple port of these programs.  Is there anything
special I need to do to get at or reserve that memory region?

Thanks,

	Derek Laufenberg
	



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