Maybe later, we can prepare a pmon which can use serial console for you.|
to decide whether it is a hard problem. you can try the following command in pmon.
m -b bfd003f8 30
m -b bfd003f8 31
it should output '0', '1' in the pmon console if the serial console is OK.
btw: bfd00000 is the io base
Andreas Barth 写道:
* yanhua (email@example.com) [100209 10:58]:setvga 0 should do the right thing for you.Thanks. However, it didn't work for me. While trying to test why, I noticed that "test 512" produced an timeout with serial 1 and serial 0. This could of course explain well why the serial console doesn't work. Also the serial terminal didn't work inside of Linux. A quick optic inspection didn't reveal any problems, but I'm definitly not an hardware technician. Any "typical" hints for me? Also, where is the second serial port (looks like any of J1 or J3, but without an english hardware manual that's a bit though for me to find out)? Perhaps I can use that port instead. Cheers, Andi