venky.home at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 12:06:54 EST 2005
Thanks for your reply. The PMC card is an SBS palomar II card which I
think is a 5v card. No LED's on the card. I have started looking
around for a 3pin RS232 cable.
Thanks again for your inputs...
On 4/14/05, Chris Elston <chris.elston at radstone.co.uk> wrote:
> > I bought an old powerpc PMC card and a PCI adapter to fit this into
> > the PC PCI slot. However a 'lspci -v' at the command doesn't show any
> > difference with/without the card. Does this mean the card is fried?
> Maybe fried, or maybe it's just incompatible with your PCI/PMC adapter. What I/O voltage is the PMC card 5v or 3.3v? Does the PMC card have any independent I/O options - RS232 header or anything else? Does it have any status LEDs? What type of card is it?
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