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Date:      Mon, 5 Feb 1996 13:20:58 +1030 (CST)
From:      Michael Smith <>
To: (Eric Eiseman)
Subject:   Re: Kernel still won't ID internal modem on com2
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <> from "Eric Eiseman" at Feb 4, 96 02:38:22 pm

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Eric Eiseman stands accused of saying:
> Well I tried to comment out part of the failure code in sio.c, but I still
> wasn't able to get my internal modem recognized by the system.  I'm still
> using do any of the newer packages seem to address this
> kind of problem (i.e. 2.1.0-Stable,Current or 2.2-Current)?

Let's guess, your modem doesn't have a 'real' 16550 on it, but instead one
of those _STUPID_ UART emulations.

In the sioproble() function, uncomment all the changes you made (that's
not the solution).  At each of the EXTRA DELAY comments, insert a line
reading DELAY(5000);

This may help your bogus modem to catch up.  The real solution is to sell
it to some Windows-using sucker and buy a real modem.

> Eric Eiseman

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