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Re: STOP-A on serial line

On Sun, Oct 09, 2005 at 06:58:02PM +0200, Hartwig Atrops wrote:
> Hi all.
> I want to do some tests with Debian Sarge on an Ultra2 and try to make a 
> barbone work again. Added CPU and memory - since this machine has no 
> graphics, I attached a terminal (DEC VT 420) to serial A.
> How can I send STOP-A from my serial terminal? The machine tries to boot from 
> network. That's not what I want.

You need to send a break.  Most serial terminal programs (or real
serial terminals) will have a way to send a break.


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