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Re: mac serial port settings in linux

thanks to all that sent ideas,

i finally just resorted to installing minicom, and setting up the ports with
that. it seems to work just fine.



on 03.5.20 10:55 AM, Mich Lanners at mlan@cpu.lu was reported to have

> On  20 May, this message from Boris Bezlaj echoed through cyberspace:
>>> this might be a really dumb question... but: is there any easy way to
>>> set my serial ports to a given speed, parity, ect - and have those
>>> changes stay?
>> Take a look inside /etc/init.d/setserial and /var/lib/setserial/*
> Nope. That's essentially i386-only, and doesn't give options for speed
> or parity.
> The only thing I can think of is a custom init script in /etc/init.d
> linked into the proper /etc/rc[].d, containing a cal to stty for each
> port you want to configure.
> But ideally, your application should perform all required serial port
> config.
> Cheers
> Michel
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