Subject: Re: isapnp modem
To: Laine Stump <laine@MorningStar.Com>
From: Not for internal consumption <email@example.com>
Date: 01/14/1998 19:26:42
I think it's time to put a lookup table and loop of sorts into the
isapnp stuff as the below solution is starting to look a bit unwieldy.
Laine Stump sez:
* I have a Philips EasyConnect ISA bus PnP mode ($60 for 56kflex!) which I
* was using in a Win95 test machine and decided to try on NetBSD.
* I plugged it into a machine that had its BIOS PnP option set off. When I
* boot with the standard GENERIC kernel, it reports com2 on isa0 at 0x3e8
* irq5, then later on the PnP message comes up about an "unrecognized
* device "SMM00C1", but with a different address and irq (2e8, irq 11)
* than was detected earlier.
* When I turn on PnP in the BIOS, only the latter message is reported, but
* with 3e8 irq 5.
* So I went looking in the kernel source and found com_isapnp.c. I added a
* compare for "SMM00C1" in com_isapnp_match():
* if (strcmp(ipa->ipa_devlogic, "ROK0010") &&
* +++ strcmp(ipa->ipa_devlogic, "SMM00C1") &&
* strcmp(ipa->ipa_devlogic, "BRI1400") && /* Boca 33.6 PnP */
* strcmp(ipa->ipa_devcompat, "PNP0500") && /* generic 8250/16450 */
* strcmp(ipa->ipa_devcompat, "PNP0501")) /* generic 16550A */
* return (0);
* return (1);
# On the 'Net: Why are more and more fourth-level wizard(-wannabe)s trying
# to invoke ninth-level magic instead of taking the time to climb the other
# (quite essential) thirteen or fourteen levels so they can do this properly?
# Don't they know their console will crumble into dust if they do that?