Board index All times are UTC. Or have other suggestions how to troubleshoot the issue? Run lsmod grep snx to verify. Multiport serial controller Flags: All it says is [ 0.
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Now, I was expecting any of the above 8 to be my serial port devices and set to figure out which using the udevadm utility as follows:. Or have suggestions for a card that is known to work?
PCI\VEN_1FD4&DEV_ – Multiport serial controller | Device Hunt
I am currently installing Centos 6. Download the driver from the link above. Note that use of the override may cause 1999 side effects. Install it using apt as:. The dmesg gives me the following prints I have taken logs related to the PCI device only:.
The PCI ID Repository
Only 2 among the 32yeah, I actually probed each one of them! Same problem with that.
I think it is this card: So, I got it fixed by doing the following: Or have other suggestions how to troubleshoot the issue? Email Required, but never shown. This looks like a bug in the kernel driver as it shouldn’t have created this many devices. Nested 1999 enabled [ Select all [ 9. Device id paring gives me — Code: Co-founder of the ELRepo Project.
CONFIG_PARPORT_SERIAL: Multi-IO cards (parallel and serial)
Would dmesg prints be of any help? All it says is [ 0.
Install it using apt as: Centos 7 with the problem PC: I just updated my post with the same. For some reason that 1f4d unaware ofthe kernel doesn’t seem to recognize the other serial ports.
PME supported 1f4d D3hot [ 0. Sign up using Facebook. The only significant difference I can think of is the earlier installation of Centos 7 has a motherboard with onboard parallel port and this one has the parport on the aforementioned PCI card.
From a system with that PCI parallel port card installed, please execute — lspci -nn and then post a copy of the lines of output which relate to that parallel port card. 1fr4 device files should be created with a prefix as ttySNX instead of ttyS. I am connecting a point of sales printer generic text printer to all these computers.
Run lsmod grep snx to verify. After some in-depth research, I got a custom driver from here: