Re: [PATCH -rt] Buggy uart (for 2.6.16)

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Steven Rostedt wrote:
I just found some more information.   The board's chipset is an Intel
440BX.  I think this is responsible for the uarts.
No, it would be whatever Super I/O chip is present on the board.

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