>> When I load the module for io=0x278 (onboard parallel port) and
>> irq=auto, everything seems to be OK. The module is able to read ECR
>> register. When I load the module for io=0x378 (ioport where my PCI card
>> is at, in Windows the card is recognized at this ioport)
> This doesn't mean that the card lives there when Linux is running, and
> in fact it looks like it isn't.
> PCI resources are assigned to the PCI card by the operating system at
> boot time (or at card insertion, I guess, on PCI hotswap systems).
So how do I know which ioport is my card connected to?
>> If I do not specify any parameter to the module, the module's loading
>> makes th
> I thought you were going to ask Oxford Semi for more information about
> their chips?
Yes I did , but I haven'got an aswer yet. I'm going to remind them
about this now.
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