Tim Hull <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
: I can’t disable the on-board video on this PC, there is no switch to.
: Also, my modem is set for the default COM2 IRQ, yet all my computer
: detects in QNX is /dev/ser1 when I boot. Is there any way to manually
: load the serial driver with thses settings.
/sbin/devc-ser8250 -u1 3f8,4 -u2 2f8,3
: David Donohoe wrote:
:> Tim Hull <email@example.com> wrote:
:> > Hello,
:> > I installed QNX and I like it.
:> > However, I have 2 problems:
:> > 1) I have on-board video that I don’t use (I use my Voodoo3 which
:> > contros my main display), yet my on-board is detected and it keeps
:> > photon from working. How do I keep it from loading drivers for my
:> > on-board video?
:> Either go into your BIOS setup, and see if there’s an option to
:> disable the onboard video, or, run ‘crttrap trap’ from the console,
:> then manually edit /etc/system/config/graphics-modes, and
:> remove any lines that do not contain “devg-banshee”.
:> > 2) How do I set up a jumpered hardware modem on COM2?
:> Make sure it’s jumpered to the standard settings of base 2f8,
:> IRQ 3. Also, you might need to enter the system BIOS setup and
:> disable the built-in COM2 device.