Subject: Re: pci modem
To: Chris G. Demetriou <>
From: Tom Javen <>
List: current-users
Date: 12/23/1998 11:26:19
On 23 Dec 1998, Chris G. Demetriou wrote:

> Tom Javen <> writes:
> >     Base address register at 0x10
> >       type: 32-bit noncacheable memory
> >       base: 0xe5800000, size: 0x00010000
> >     Base address register at 0x14
> A 64k memory region, and no I/O region whatsoever?  This device is
> almost certainly not intended to be 'com'-compatible, since in the
> Windows world, all 'com' ports are at least I/O mapped.  (they might
> have memory regions as well, e.g. Hayes ESP, but there's always the
> normal 8250/16x50 register set which is I/O mapped.)

> i'd be that that 64k region is a memory region shared with a DSP.
I tried the card with windows and it finds "pci serial port" whatever
that means....

Thanks anyway,
Tom Javen                        
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