controls configuration of serial ports
DescriptionSet and/or report the configuration information associated with a serial port. This information includes what I/O port and which IRQ a particular serial port is using. This version has a completely new approach to configuration, so if you have a setup other than the standard ttyS0 and 1, you will have to get your hands dirty. By default, only COM1-4 are configured by the kernel, using IRQ 3 and 4. If you have other serial ports (such as an AST Fourport card), or if you have mapped the IRQs differently (perhaps COM3 and 4 to other IRQs to allow concurrent access with COM1 and 2) then you must have this package.
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