I've recently experienced this problem when I moved to Ubuntu 9.04. in 8.10
I had no problem. The receiver would start automatically, I could transfer
file without any problem.
Now with my new Ubuntu 9.04 machine, I cannot transfer.
Anyone have any suggestions?
I do note there is minor revision difference between the lrzsz package I
have on gumstix (0.12.20) and what I have on my host (0.12.21rc).
Connie C wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> I've had a very similar script running on my desktop and gumstix. I tried
> the commands you suggested and I still get the same errors. The gumstix
> hang looks like
> (/home/root/) C-Kermit>SEND PacketLog_1.log
> and my linux machine looks like:
> C-Kermit 8.0.211, 10 Apr 2004, SG1
> Current Directory: /home/oeuser
> Communication Device: /dev/ttyS0
> Communication Speed: 115200
> Parity: none
> RTT/Timeout: 08 / 09
> File Type:
> File Size:
> Bytes So Far:
> Estimated Time Left: (unknown)
> Transfer Rate, CPS: 0
> Window Slots: 1 of 1
> Packet Type: T
> Packet Count: 0
> Packet Length: 28
> Error Count: 1
> Last Error: Timeout 8 sec
> Last Message:
> X to cancel file, Z to cancel group, <CR> to resend last packet,
> E to send Error packet, ^C to quit immediately, ^L to refresh screen.
> when I transfer files to the gumstix I get a percent done etc. and that
> direction seems to be working fine.
> m_ahlenius wrote:
>> Hi Connie,
>> I have the following setup in a kermit-setup file in my home dir on my
>> Centos machine. Seems to work for me with these changes:
>> set line /dev/ttyS0
>> set speed 115200
>> --- The above 2 you already have set properly ---
>> set flow-control none
>> set carrier-watch off
>> set reliable
>> set prefixing all
>> set file type bin
>> set rec pack 4096
>> set send pack 4096
>> set window 5
>> Connie C wrote:
>>> I have a verdex xm4 pro with ckermit running on ttyS2. I am trying to
>>> files off gumstix and onto my ubuntu machine. I can successfully send
>>> from my machine to the gumstix with RECEIVE on gumstix and SEND [path to
>>> file] on the ubuntu desktop. I can't transfer files in the opposite
>>> direction though. The desktop machine receives a packet of 28 bytes but
>>> then I get timeout error messages. The gumstix also never finishes
>>> Kermit displays an S and then hangs until I exit the file transfer.
>>> looked at:
>>> and I have the same issue; the rz and sz both say receive. Would this
>>> affect my kermit file transfer and is there any way to fix the issue?
>>> done ipkg install lrzsz and tried
>>> rm /usr/bin/sz
>>> cp /usr/bin/lrz /usr/bin/sz
>>> rz --help and sz --help are still both identical.
>>> Thanks in advance,
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