Rick Taylor wrote:
>"wes schreiner" wrote:
"It is important to note that setserial merely tells the
Linux kernel where it should expect to find the I/O port
and IRQ lines of a particular serial port. It does *not*
configure the hardware, the actual serial board, to use a
particular I/O port."
Only mentions changing ISA network card interrupts.
Does the same job as setpci. Includes an interactive mode.