* Brad Aldridge <Brad.Aldridge@...> [2004-01-27 09:15 +0100]:
> are you sure, your bios talks about irq 5? setserial talks about irq 4.
> can you convince your bios to use irq4?
> I will try setting it to IRQ 4.
> what can you see in "/var/log/(messages|syslog)" or with "dmesg" when
> you issue "irattach /dev/ttyS2 -s" manually?
> Here is dmesg after doing irattach /dev/ttyS2 -s" manually
> Jan 26 10:08:52 localhost irattach: tcsetattr: Invalid argument
> Jan 26 10:08:52 localhost irattach: Stopping device /dev/ttyS2
> Jan 26 10:08:52 localhost modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module /dev/tt=
> Jan 26 10:08:52 localhost irattach: ioctl(SIOCGIFFLAGS): No such device
being bitten by shared interrupts recently... what does /proc/interrupts
show? is "serial" the only device using irq 4? if not, is it possible to
convince the other devices to use another irq?
you might also try pci=3Dnoacpi on the kernel command line to get another
have you tried ttyS0 and ttyS1? just to be sure. :)
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