[OpenIndiana-discuss] Setup serial console on ttyc (the third serial port)
illumos at cucumber.demon.co.uk
Thu Mar 3 10:55:08 UTC 2011
I'm wondering if your system has actually identified com3 at all.
Is it configured in the BIOS on i/o address 3E8 (as com3 should be)?
When you have the system booted, is there actually a /dev/ttyc
and a /dev/term/c, and if so, do the links point to
/devices/pci at 0,0/isa at 1/asy at 1,3e8:c ?
If it's not there, then Solaris has not found com3 in the ACPI
tables, and won't know the system has a com3 port.
> I setup the build environment, what a pita, patched the file. Did a
> build. Only replaced both consconfig files but no console. Are there
> other files as well which need patching to make this work ?
> On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 9:50 PM, Andrew Gabriel
> <illumos at cucumber.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> I suspect it would be very easy to fix this in the kernel.
>> I fixed the missing bits in the asy(7D) driver 7 or 8 years ago when I was
>> adding 16650/16750 support. I think all that's left to fix is adding ttyc
>> and ttyd support to usr/src/uts/i86pc/io/consplat.c
>> The other bit that was outstanding at that time was the Device Configuration
>> Assistant (DCA), which was a complete swine to build. However, that vanished
>> in Solaris 10 Update 1, being replaced by grub and some device enumeration
>> support in the kernel, and I would guess grub probably does support com3 and
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