I just booted a Linux kernel with the driver I just emailed you, and there's no
/dev/serial/ directory. The only directories under /dev/ are 'shm' and 'pts',
both of which are empty.
I'm also running a Fedora 13 x86 system, just to see if I need a full modern OS
to see these files. Again, there is no /dev/serial/, even though I have serial
Also not that since I'm not registering the byte channels as serial devices, I
wouldn't expect anything in /dev/serial/ to reference them.
What does my driver need to do in order for these /dev/xxxx/ entries to contain
Sorry, when I said "not public", I didn't mean it in a legal sense. Now that I
think about it, I guess that doesn't make much sense.
Linux kernel developer at Freescale