[pups] BSD 2.11 on an 11/73 + RD54
toby at russellsharpe.com
Mon Sep 9 16:57:27 AEST 2002
Hmm, still no joy with stty, I get unknown mode errors back is response to
the stty commands you suggested.
I've just been having a look through the stty man page
.11+BSD&format=html). Does the pass8 switch solve the byte size problem?
From: Fred N. van Kempen [mailto:pups-admin at minnie.tuhs.org]On Behalf Of
Fred N. van Kempen
Sent: 08 September 2002 16:07
To: Tobias Russell; pups at minnie.tuhs.org
Subject: RE: [pups] BSD 2.11 on an 11/73 + RD54
> Currently when I boot, I start off with my terminal set to 19,200 baud
> 8-N-1 but once BSD has booted I have to switch to 19,200 7-E-1
The hardware runs on 8-bit clean channels. Most UNIX kernels
kinda prefer to use 7e1 or 7o1.
> Can anyone tell me why this is happening and how I fix it so
> the setting remains on 8-N-1? (stty?)
Once you're logged in to the system, type "stty -parenb bits8" or
"stty -parenb cs8" or "stty -parenb 8" to go back to 8-bit mode.
Then reset your terminal program again :)
> Also, if I can't fix this, will vtserver/vtc run on 7-E-1 comms?
Nope. VTc requires an 8-bit clean channel (for now).
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