If you want to load the puc(4) driver as a loadable module, you should
load the sio(4) or uart(4) driver module as well.  But these drivers
are included in the GENERIC kernel.  So you should to remove sio(4) or
uart(4) from the kernel and load it as a loadable module.

The other solution is to builtin the puc(4) driver to the
kernel. i.e.:

        sio(4)          puc(4)          status
        or uart(4)
        module          module          work
        builtin         builtin         work
        builtin         module          not work <- current choice?
        module          builtin         not work        
        (module = loadable module, builtin = kernel builtin)

Other modifications will not be needed for PCI multiport cards.

At Fri, 24 Jul 2009 10:32:52 -0500,
Doug Poland wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm trying to get a Moxa Technologies C168H/PCI 8-port mux card
> working in 7.2-RELEASE(i386).
> I've recompiled a GENERIC kernel with
>   options COM_MULTIPORT
> and loaded the puc(4) module.  I don't have any new ttyd? or cuad?
> devices in /dev.
> After reading the handbook(26.2) and man puc(4), sio(4).  man sio(4)
> talks about adding /boot/device.hints but not for my particular
> hardware.  I'm at a loss on how to continue.
> Suggestions, pointers, URLs welcome.
> -- 
> Regards,
> Doug
WATANABE Kazuhiro (cqg00...@nifty.ne.jp)
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