You can try my .kermrc file, it works fine with version 8.0.209
set line /dev/ttyS1
set speed 115200
set carrier-watch off
set handshake none
set flow-control none
set prefixing all
set file type bin
Line: /dev/tty, speed: unknown, mode: remote, modem: generic
Parity: none, duplex: full, flow: none, handshake: none
Carrier-watch: off, close-on-disconnect: off
Lockfile directory: /var/lock
Typical port device name: /dev/ttyS0
Modem signals unavailable
Type SHOW DIAL to see DIAL-related items.
Type SHOW MODEM to see modem-related items.
On 6/19/06, Darren Gibbs <tsquank@...> wrote:
> On Jun 19, 2006, at 9:50 AM, Craig Hughes wrote:
> > Does ckermit work for just straight text stuff? That is, not in file-
> > transfer mode, but just directly connecting ckermit to the serial
> > port instead of using minicom or whatnot.
> Yup, works fine.
> Here's my .kermrc and the output of 'show com'.
> set file type bin
> set prefixing all
> set file type binary
> set parity none
> set carrier-watch off
> set line /dev/ttyS0
> set speed 115200
> (/home/darren/gumstix/gumstix-buildroot/) C-Kermit>show com
> Communications Parameters:
> Line: /dev/ttyS0, speed: 115200, mode: local, modem: generic
> Parity: none, stop-bits: (default) (8N1)
> Duplex: full, flow: rts/cts, handshake: none
> Carrier-watch: off, close-on-disconnect: off
> Lockfile: /var/lock/LCK..ttyS0
> Terminal bytesize: 8, escape character: 28 (^\)
> Carrier Detect (CD): Off
> Dataset Ready (DSR): Off
> Clear To Send (CTS): Off
> Ring Indicator (RI): Off
> Data Terminal Ready (DTR): On
> Request To Send (RTS): On
> Type SHOW DIAL to see DIAL-related items.
> Type SHOW MODEM to see modem-related items.
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