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When querying lspci -v I get the following, which seems to indicate the card has been recognised only as a serial adapter: What’s your output for the following? Originally Posted by GrapefruiTgirl. Search this Thread Advanced Search. Hopefully this will give me what I need to be able to proceed. The suspicious part in dmest is this Code: If there’s any suggestions on other information that I can provide, or on how to proceed, then they would be much appreciated.

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Use address 0xd or 0xd for your parport check bothit works fine! Find More Posts by nstamoul. So this gives two options.

Anyhow, here are a link or two, just in case it helps: In this CD that came with the card, there’s the following statement: I’ve been working on this for the last 5 hours! Looking at the card in more detail, I see a chip liux the following written on it: They compiled and installed fine but after a reboot I get this message.

Index of /drivers/PCI To Parallel& Serial Port/MCS9865/Linux

Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Hopefully this will give me what I need to be able to proceed. And This Thread Here. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.


I downloaded what they had on their web site, but it fails and they have not responded ilnux my queries. Hi Liquid Squelch, I don’t remember ever coming across the error that you see when you try to compile the driver. Change into the source folder and do something like: You can get null modem mini adapters that would be suitable for this. I am using karmic with the 6 port version of the mcs card. Join our community today!

I have also uploaded the notes that I made at the time. The driver software comes on the CD, and if you want it to work, then chances are good you’ll need the driver. No need to worry about drivers or buy another card!

I do like the challenge of fighting for life though Anyway, on the CD there’s a ljnux with all the code needed to install this driver. Having a problem logging in?

The suspicious part in dmest is this Code: Mcs985 was the maker of the new card? Any thoughts on how to disable serial ports entirely on my machine? Start Prev 1 Next End. Then in that directory are files like mcs I have the same board and have followed your instructions, but I’m only getting the first two serial ports D1 and D2 to work.


MCS – PCI to Multi IO (2S+1P, 2P, ISA) Controller | ASIX

Here is my dmsg grep: I don’t use Debian, however both posters to this thread may find some useful information in another thread I took part in a while back. Can anyone help me out? I had same issue with MCS driver compile under Koala. The output of the make command looked like: Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.