On Wednesday 11 October 2006 17:20, Oleg Dambaev wrote:
> > Two questions
> > 1) Is cuad0 the correct port? Have you tried cuad1?
> > 2) What baud rate are you using? (the -s flag)
> Good way to try *first*:
> 0. man stty
> 1. use tip instead cu
<shrugs> I prefer cu - you just specify the baud rate and tty and connect :)
Of course if you aren't doing 8N1 it's a PITA but there you go.
If I need "fancy" stuff (eg local echo) then I just use minicom (as
un-unixlike as it is)
Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
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