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Re: [vox] disable serial port



thanx folks my problem is solved...infact i disabled the serial port from
bios settup..but in /etc/ttys file it was enabled which lead to some
conflict due to which all the thinkg were going wrong.

> Note that unplugging and plugging in a PS/2 keyboard while the computer is
> powered can burn out the keyboard electrical connection.  I have
> experienced this before.

thanx for this info

>
> > Can i disable serial port in some other way also...i mean by making some
> > changes in some file(in windows nt system i can do that from boot.ini
file)
>
> In most cases, you are disabling a serial port because you want to use the
> interrupts and/or io ports it uses for a different device.  Only the BIOS
> can disable the hardware in a fashion that will allow this.  (Not even
> "boot.ini" on an NT system can do this.)

in fact here the purpose it just security.

thanx and regards
anil garg

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