I have an old "p-touch pc" printer running at 9600 baud on /dev/ttyS0 I can=
write to it when disabling bidirectional on a 2000 box, it works under 200=
3 as well.
my internal lucent modem is almost working except some signals that aren't =
implemented in serial.c yet,
I have a "p-touch 9200dx" printer running at 38400 baud on /dev/ttyS0 It do=
es not seem to work, but I am not sure if that is the driver or not, they'r=
e not known for making good network enabled drivers.
you can't do echo foobar.txt > COM1 in 2000, if that was your choice of OS.
an stty example, changing the speed to 38400:
stty -F /dev/ttyS0 ispeed 38400 ospeed 38400
I will try and verify if the read support works when I have some time... :)
On Thursday 19 February 2004 09.36, Justin Fretwell wrote:
> thanks for that peter. I have my usb-floppy mounting nicely aswell. dont
> suppose you managed to get the serial port redirection working did you? I
> can set up serial connection using stty but i cant get the redirection
> what settings do you use when using stty? What do you set up, if anythin=
> in your windows session?
> I tryed from a dos command line:
> echo foobar.txt > COM1
> but it didnt show up anything on my little LCD screen i have connected to
> my thin-client (it does work because from the bash prompt i can do echo
> > /dev/ttyS0).
> On Wednesday 18 February 2004 13:51, Peter Bystr=F6m wrote:
> > 'modprobe usb-storage' should load everything for you.
> > you need scsi_mod sd_mod possibly some more that I can't remember.
> > usb related: usbcore, ehci-hcd, usb-storage usb-ohci
> > ehci will speed things up if your controller can handle usb 2.0
> > modules may depend on your specific hardware and what kind of usb
> > controller you have, i.e. you may need usb-uhci instead of usb-ohci
> > supermount is a separate patch available that most distributors include
> > in workstations. If you're not familiar with modules I suggest running a
> > kernel from a distributor, otherwise I know 2.4.18 and up will all work.
> > 2.6.0 seem to work, not compiled the later versions yet.
> > supermount is available at:
> > http://www.sf.net/projects/supermount-ng
> > good luck,
> > peter