Okay. Here is my problem. I am new to FreeBSD. I got 2.2.6, I
believe. I installed it, set up my com ports and everything. In
Windows/MS-DOS, I got my first external com port on 0x3f8(COM 1) and my
second external com port on 0x2e8(COM 4) and my modem is on COM
2(0x3e8). My modem is a PnP USR 56K V.90 Internal Modem, In DOS, 0x3f8
is on IRQ 4 and 0x2f8 and 0x2e8 is on IRQ 3.
When I installed BSD, I configured my COM 1 as 0x3f8 and IRQ 4, my
COM 2 as 0x3e8 and IRQ 3, and COM 4 is set on on 0x2e8 and IRQ 11(I
don't want it on IRQ 3 in BSD). My BIOS has my external com ports set
to 0x3f8 and 0x2e8. Now, when I boot up, it recognizes my first com
port, but not the second or fourth one.
Does anyone know how I can get FreeBSD to recognize COM 2(Especially
this since my modem is on it) and COM 4? Do I have to change something
with my BIOS? I honestly think I tried everything in my BIOS and
nothing worked. Also, do I need to configure something so COM 4 is IRQ
11? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.