[Techtalk] need to specify the UART address

Rajiv Saxena raj_linux at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 27 17:03:53 EST 2001

Well,I am not using any distribution as such.I am
compiling the bare kernel and I want to include this
information so that when I download and run the kernel
on the eval board,any accesses to the serial port map
to this address.


--- Andrew Wendt <awendt at putergeek.com> wrote:
> If you want to change what Linux thinks the base
> address of one of your 
> serial ports is, you can use the setserial command,
> like this:
> setserial /dev/ttyS3 port 0x2E8 irq 3
> The "uart" and "autoconfig" parameters might be
> interesting to you also.
> As for what file you modify... Depends on your Linux
> distribution. Mine is 
> called /sbin/init.d/serial.
> Andy
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