I have also tried this and asked the same questions but it would appear no one
knows as no one responded. I have given up for the time being because its
too much hassel to get something working that no one will use (very much) any
On Friday 06 Feb 2004 15:45, Alexandre Norman wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am willing to use rdesktop to connect to a server.
> I have a software witch use a card reader connected on a serial port.
> What I want to do is to be able to do some RDP to the server with
> the card reader connected on the thin client (linux redhat 9 as today).
> I have compiled the CVS version from yesterday. with rdp debug options.
> When I run my software, I have a message from serial.c telling me
> to use stty to the my port to
> "speed 9600, stop bit 0, parity 0, word length 8 bits, dtr 1"
> I tried but I did not manage to find the right command line for stty.
> (as far as I understood, dtr is not supported under linux ? and how
> could I set 0 stop bit ?)
> Can anyone help me ?
> Regards and thanks,