Re: Woody on IBM RS/6000 7025 F50
That's a good test. I'll use that in the future.
Once you have setup the serial port (see other posters answers), you are
connected. You are not
using a modem, so you don't need to do atdt type stuff.
George Karaolides <firstname.lastname@example.org>@linustech.com.cy> on
08/21/2002 04:16:57 PM
Sent by: George Karaolides <email@example.com>
To: Thomas Gall/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS
cc: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Woody on IBM RS/6000 7025 F50
On Wed, 21 Aug 2002, Tom Gall wrote:
> George Karaolides wrote:
> > Any pointers on how to use Minicom to access the console on the serial
> > port? I have a null modem cable right here but I haven't tried this
> > before.
> Just fire it up... connect 9600 8N1 ... just works!
> You can pass console=ttyS0,9600 then to use serial...
I've configured minicom to use the serial port, and have configured
minicom to use the port with 9600 8N1, but (stupid user level
question...) how do I actually connect? Should minicom connect
automatically on startup, or do I have to issue a command or something?
Just for the record, I've verified that my null-modem cable works between
two Linux machines:
cat < /dev/ttyS0 # on machine 1
echo hello > /dev/ttyS0 # on machine 2
hello # on machine 1
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