115200 is a bit high speed rate, for testing I would lower that value and
once it works, you can play with this.
Yeah, it is high, that was just my last change, I started at the typical 9600, went to 19200, 38400 and then 115200. All produces the same black window from putty.
I suppose you already rebooted the computer you wanted to connect to,
Many times ...
OTOH, /etc/inittab can be restarted/reloaded by issuing "telinit q", or
at least that was what I used on another distributions, in Debian I'm not
sure if remains the same (reviewing the manual...) hum, yep, it's the
This saves me from having to repeatedly reboot the box .... thanks :D
For shiggles, I changed 115200 back to 9600 and used telinit q :D, same thing, black screen, no login prompt
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