I forgot to mention...
The box said "Linux Ready" so I thought that it might be FreeBSD compatible
as well,
but it seems like to get it working on linux, you need to compile the driver
which they provide the source for....

the source for the driver can be downloaded from

anyway to convirt the driver for freebsd?
or to see if it's compatible with a different freebsd driver?


On 4/18/06, FreeBSD MailingLists <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I installed a pci-serial board to my freebsd box.
> But it doesn't seem to be recognized.
> dmesg yields this line
> >pci3: <simple comms, UART> at device 3.0 (no driver attached)
> pciconf -lv yieds
> >[EMAIL PROTECTED]:3:0: class=0x070002 card=0x60011195 chip=0x015213a8 
> >rev=0x01
> hdr=0x00
> >    vendor   = 'Exar Corp.'
> >    class    = simple comms
> >    subclass = UART
> I thought that maybe it was a uart or puc device and recompiled the kernel
> and rebooted.
> But the board is still unrecognized.
> Is there anything I can do?
> TIA,
> Tomoki Taniguchi
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