ISA non-PnP

Configure the modem to use an I/O port and IRQ that don't conflict with anything else in the system.

The devc-ser8250 driver should autodetect the modem, and it should appear in the /dev directory as serx, where x is an integer.

Note: There may be more than one entry under the name. Assume that the first two entries represent the comm ports of the system. Any additional entry is likely the modem. If in doubt, try all ser entries with qtalk. For more information, see "Testing Modems," below.

Entries will usually appear in this fashion:

Comm1 is enabled in the BIOS
Comm2 is disabled
Modem is configured to Comm2's ioport and IRQ

In the /dev directory you'll see: