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Charles Hallenbeck chuckh at
Sun Jun 4 16:24:59 EDT 2000

Jude -
In Slackware the file you want to edit is /etc/rc.d/rc.serial - which is
executed from within the file /etc/rc.d/rc.S (the 'S' is capital here).
You need to uncomment  the line that executes the rc.serial file, then
make the desired changes in rc.serial.
I am not sure what you mean by "waking the card up" - but there is no
difficulty using IRQ 9 for a COM2 device (ttyS1 in Linux). If you are
dealing with a Winmodem, forget it!

 On Sun, 4 Jun 2000, Jude T.
DaShiell wrote:

> I wish I knew, it's a siig 20x card and in order to wake it up in dos I
> have to run cb20xpc.exe.  The blasted card is over on irq9 and it's com2
> in dos.  Was told that if it was awake when I went into linux I could edit
> a couple scripts and get to it on the next login.
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