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Old 06-02-2006, 08:29 AM   #1
cynsmc3
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Intel 536ep Chipset Internal Modem


Hello all,

I recently have come across the Intel Internal 536ep chipset modem. I need info on setting it up with a driver called hfmodem module with Linux. Please advise.

It aska for detailed info on DMA Channel, I/O Adress, rdtsc_ok setting, he, scale_tvusec, scale_rdtsc, and irq. I have the irq; it is 5. The DMA Channel I believe is 7, and the I/O address is 0x7c00. Please help someone if you have any information on this modem.

Thanks..

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