What then is the process to request that a change be made in the default configuration
to have CONFIG_SERIAL_NR_UARTS=24 and not the present default of 4.
I would suggest a configuration issue, not a bug. The kernel config
for 2.6.9 - 681 shows:
The default configuration between Red Hat 9 and Fedora Core 3 at the
kernel level has changed. Your configuration is a bit different than
what is normally used in other words.
On Fri, 31 Dec 2004 20:15:09 -0500, Jerry Geis <geisj pagestation com> wrote:
> I just installed FC3 from Redhat 9. I have a quatech multiport card with
> 8 ports.
> Under redhat 9 there was no problem card was detect and I had ports 4 - 11.
> Under FC3 the card is detected but the order of the ports is ALL messed up.
> I am attempt to change the CONFIG_SERIAL_8250_NR_UARTS to 24.
> I am recompiling the kernel now. I chose 24 to support 3 - 8 port serial
> Is this a configuration bug or oversite or what is going on that my 8
> port multiport
> card is not supported that worked fine under redhat 9.
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