On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 02:13:05AM +0300, Tomi Vainio - Sun Finland - wrote:
> Benjamin Close writes:
>  >    Is anyone looking into converting the Linux winmodem driver (
>  > Lucent Technologies binary object file compiled together with the linux
>  > kernel serial driver) into a freebsd device?
>  >
> Please check http://www.geocities.com/wtnbkysh/ .  It should work
> under 4.2R.  There is also some 5.0C patches but still some problems
> probably with interrupts.
> Apr 25 22:23:04 phb /boot/kernel/kernel: ltmdm0: <Lucent Win Modem> port 
>0x1c00-0x1cff,0x2f8-0x2ff mem 0xffefff00-0xffefffff irq 11 at device 2.0 on pci0
> Apr 25 22:23:04 phb /boot/kernel/kernel: ltmdm0: using SHARED IRQ.
> Apr 25 22:23:04 phb /boot/kernel/kernel: ltmdm0: unable to activate interrupt in 
>fast mode - using normal modeltmdm0: type Virtual 16550A

Also  I've used  PPP  with the  following on  a  ThinkPad X20  running
4.3-RELEASE + wtnbkysh patches:

  ltmdm0: <Xircom Win Modem> port 0x1810-0x1817 mem 0xf4011000-0xf4011fff irq 9 at 
device 10.1 on pci 0
  ltmdm0: using SHARED IRQ.
  ltmdm0: type Virtual 16550A

This is on the EtherJet Mini-PCI card (combo: fxp + ltmdm).


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