>> Currently, the asy(7D) driver only supports ISA-bus cards with
>> 16550A type UARTs.
> Hehe ok so I'll try and find one of my old 386's 16 bit serial card :-)
That should work fine. You'll need to run the DCA (Device Configuration
Assistant) which you can invoke by hitting [Esc] during the 5 second
pause at Solaris startup when prompted. If it's an ISA Plug-n-Play card,
it should be identified automatically. Otherwise, you'll have to configure
the card's i/o and IRQ (and configure your BIOS not to allocate those
IRQ's to a PCI device), and then invoke the DCA and add the serial
port(s) in that.
>> I would however be interested to know which PCI serial port card
>> you have. I asked a while back if there was interest in adding
>> PCI support and which cards people were interested in, but I didn't
>> see any response.
> I don't have the model exactly here but I will find it out tonight and
> write you back. I know the chip is a Netmos chip.
The section from the "prtconf -pv" output relating to the card would
be interesting as well. It may turn out to be one of the standard
chipsets, which are sold under many different names.
Consultant Software Engineer