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PCI-Express RS232 Serial 4x Port Card, Moschip 9901 Chipset, Fan-Out Cable
Card actually has a parallel port. My Account My Orders. I dug up an old live-cd image with ubuntu I wonder if the card is disabled in the BIOS? Index Recent Topics Search www.
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We will never share your personal information with third parties. So, the MCS parport card works fine with the linuxcnc 2. If you leave your info and details about your request, we will get the right person to call you back as soon as we can.
MCS9901 — PCIe to Dual Serial and Single Parallel Controller
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Nevermind Submit My Request. It sounds like you might be able to make it work with BIOS tweaks, then, but it is hard to know which tweaks are needed.
Thank you for submitting your review! Thanks for your help, I have circumvented the problem now. It’s a serial port card, moscbip expect you to use a driver to convert it to parallel output, like you would if you had an external usb-to-parallel converter cable that also won’t work with Linuxcnc.