thanks for your input, I appreciate,
“Xiaodan Tang” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I used to ask the guy who wrote enum-device, he suggest the “right” way,
is create a “/etc/system/enum/include/char”, and put that line in it.
In fact, ANY file (even a block~) under /etc/system/enum/include will
If you do a “pidin arg | grep devc-ser8250”, does it started as you
If you slay devc-ser8250, start it by hand (devc-ser8250 -u1 xx,xx -u2
xx,xx -u3 xx,xx)
Yes, it has the rights arguments,
Is it working?
No. Same behaviour when I start it manually (under root of course).
Is it possiable that your modem is not in ECHO mode, so “at” didn’t return
a “OK” ?
I tried sending these commands with no success. As stated earlier, I know
the modem receives the commands when I start ‘qtalk -m /dev/ser3’ because if
I type the command to change the speaker’s volume and then I type ATDT, I
hear the modem take the phone off the hook and the speaker has the proper
audio level (none, low, medium, high). I tried typing the verbose and echo
commands but no answer.
I’m wondering if there is an IRQ conflict somewhere but my modem is working
very well in W95 AND QNX4 and Linux. By the way, does some know if there is
a command that shows the IRQ lines used by the different drivers in the
system ? something like the old ‘sin irq’ on QNX4 ?
From reading all over the newsgroups, it seems I’m the only one with similar
problem. That suggests me that either something bizarre with my modem or
some other thing in my config is not what I think. Il try changing my modem
address and IRQ.