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Old 27th January 2007, 10:23 PM
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BrainBoxes Multiport Serial Adapter

Hello everyone. I am pretty green when i comes to linux I just made a move off windows and am rather enjoying my experience. I chose to install Fedora core 6 and it seems great. I have managed to many thing so far including compiling a new kernel ( childs play for most of you I am sure, but I was happy). I just have this on card I can get working and I guess its possible it just won't work. It is a BrainBoxex multiport serial card. UC-279. They supply unsupported drivers for linux at http://www.brainboxes.com/content/su...tem/Linux.aspx
but they where writen for the 2.4.XX Kernel and as I have found out the 2.6.xx is quite different. SO I was wondering if anybody has experience with this type of card or knows if it is possible to port the 2.4.xx driver information int the 2.6.xx structure?

Thanks alot
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