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Karel VENKEN #1
Re: xon xoff protocol for serial devices
Lon Stowell wrote:> Greg Andrews wrote:
>>> [email]email@example.com[/email]m writes:
>>>>> You can set any tty option in the /etc/ttydefs file, probably
>>> better to create a new tag rather than edit an old one.
>> That only works if you're running an application that gets
>> its settings from the /etc/ttydefs file. Ttymon does, but
>> that only helps if ttymon is being invoked. An application
>> like the one being described (talks out through the port to
>> an external device) will generally not want a login service
>> like ttymon running on the port.
> oops, good point, and if the app is already running, it
> must not have a conflicting port monitor.
>> That's why I said the application should set the port parameters.
>> That's the only way for the application to be sure the are set
>> the way the application needs them.
> True. Some outbound apps can be set up to use the
> uucp devices and dialers files, where you can set tty,
> the bad news is that the app can override them the first
> time it changes characteristics.
The application is a C++ program which opens the /dev/ttyX devices. So I
need to find out how to open it with the proper settings. That should do
it without changing configuration files.
Thanks for the info.
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