Re: accessing files over serial cable?
>>>>> " " == Bruce Perens <email@example.com> writes:
> Given that you have 16550A-compatible serial interfaces (or
> something else with a deep serial buffer), you should be able
> to go 115,200 bits per second over serial lines from one Linux
> to another. Get a "Laplink" cable from the computer store.
Yes, thanks, that's the easy part. I've already got that -- I've been
running getty's across a null modem cable for some time. Beyond that,
several people recommended setting up PPP. No one indicated what I
should do once I set up PPP :( Anyway, reluctantly, I sallied forth.
Now I've got a PPP link between my laptop and desktop, so I would like
to run dselect, etc., accessing file systems on the desktop as if they
were local to the laptop -- I assume NFS is the thing. I will plow
forward into these uncharted waters now, but if anyone would care to
offer NFS advice, I'm all ears (or is it eyes?)...
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