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  • Posted a comment on ticket #5 on SyncTERM

    Hrm, so the two things that will stop the input thread from running are DCD and DSR going low. In serial mode, DSR should not be monitored, which suggests that something weird may be happening with DCD (maybe it's not being asserted fast enough?). If you're comfortable doing so, could you try adding debug fprintf()s in the modem_input_thread() function in modem.c after the while() loop to track if the input thread exits (you can also show the threads in gdb to see if it's active). If it is exiting,...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #5 on SyncTERM

    You should be able to interact with the modem if you configure a serial connection to it instead of a modem one. My initial suspicion (as always) is the init string. One thing to try would be copying the init string from minicom into SyncTERM.

  • Modified ticket #5 on SyncTERM

    When connecting using a modem, nothing is displayed

  • Posted a comment on ticket #5 on SyncTERM

    So it's actually dialing and connecting to the remote system, and no errors are being displayed (even after a long wait of over a minute)? That is very weird. If you configure the same device as a serial connection, can you communicate with the modem? If so, does it work if you manually send the init string and dial command?

  • Modified ticket #3 on SyncTERM

    Unicode support

  • Posted a comment on ticket #3 on SyncTERM

    Unicode support is slated as a v2.0 feature along with SDL 2.0 and some other updates....

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on Trusted QSL

    Rick Murphy wrote: Ah. That's because the patched FindBDB.cmake didn't work for me....

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on Trusted QSL

    Everything looks good except it looks like the 0006- patch got lost. It looks like...

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