Which hardware synthesizer to buy?

John covici covici at ccs.covici.com
Mon Apr 13 19:55:45 EDT 2009

What I was thinking was do the speakup grab to get the early boot, and
then release the port and grab it in the way you do now once the
serial driver is initialized.

on Monday 04/13/2009 William Hubbs(w.d.hubbs at gmail.com) wrote
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 > Hi John,
 > On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 05:44:17PM -0400, John covici wrote:
 > > Could not you have an option to accept that change of numbering, and
 > > let the user decide whether he wants that sort of thing?  I thought
 > > there were other issues involved.  Since I always built the kernels
 > > the same I got used to the numbering and let it go -- or what I was
 > > thinging of was to have theearly boot work as before and do a
 > > switcheru once the serial driver came up so the speakup port would get
 > > its number again.  Does that make any sense?
 > Yes, it does make sense, but the issue is not just that the number is
 > different.  If speakup grabs the first port first, the kernel serial driver
 > does not see the port at all; that is why the second port gets numbered
 > ttyS0.  So, the kernel only sees one port until you reboot and do not
 > start speakup, even if you disable the synth in speakup.
 > William
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         John Covici
         covici at ccs.covici.com

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