Subject: Re: PCI Modems?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rick Byers <email@example.com>
Date: 12/11/1999 21:01:05
Agghhhh! Forget it. Turns out it's a "WinModem"! That's just sleezy
marketing if you ask me - doesn't say anything on the box about being
Windows only, and I assumed "16550/A Compatible Enhanced UART" meant it was
hardware. Oh well - back in the box...
Thanks anyway (thats what I get for being in a hurry and not properly
researching my hardware purchases),
Rick Byers wrote:
> I just got a "AOpenFM56-PM" PCI Modem for my i386. It appears
> NetBSD-current doesn't support this. The autoconf output is:
> unknown vendor 0x14f1 product 0x1036 (miscellaneous communications,
> revision 0x0
> 8) at pci0 dev 11 function 0 not configured
> The box says "Main Chipset: RS56/SP-PCI" and "16550/A compatible enhanced
> UART". I assumed that NetBSD would just need the necessary glue to attach
> the com driver to the UART on the PCI bus. Is this the case, or is going
> to be more difficult to add support for this? Is anyone working on, or
> have plans to work on support for modems like this?
> Rick Byers University of Waterloo, Computer Science
> firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.iaw.on.ca/rickb/
Rick Byers University of Waterloo, Computer Science