From: Joe Buczek <joe_buczek@ya...> - 2005-04-07 19:54:56
My waysmall 400st-bt has been working great since last December, and
with the recent bluetooth fixes, I've been having a bunch of fun with
it, using NFS, etc. Two days ago, I had to power cycle my linux box to
which the waysmall has been attached. After doing this, I have been
unable to get the serial console on the waysmall to work at all. I use
minicom on linux to talk to it on /dev/ttyS0 at 115200 baud. I have
tried every baud rate and at rates above 38k, I sometimes get a few
garbage characters output from the waysmall at reset time and when
typing on the keyboard.
As I have it configured, I need to manually bring bluetooth up and I
have usb disabled (no luck logging in via another method to see if the
rest of system is functioning).
Does anyone know if power cycling my linux box would have damaged the
waysmall's serial port? If this thing is hosed, how can I get it
Thanks for any help,
On Apr 7, 2005, at 12:54 PM, Joe Buczek wrote:
> Does anyone know if power cycling my linux box would have damaged the
> waysmall's serial port? If this thing is hosed, how can I get it
Seems unlikely, though it's not entirely impossible. Have you tried
plugging the waysmall into another host computer (seems much more
likely that power-cycling your host would have fried the host's serial
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