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    From: On Behalf Of Alan Cox
    > We could implement an entirely new TCSETS/TCGETS/TCSETSA/SAW
    > which used
    > different B* values so B9600 was 9600 etc and the data was stored in

    I think if a numeric baud rate is going to be supported, getting away
    from the B* cruft is important. Just use a number.

    > Or we could just add a standardised extra set of speed
    > ioctls, but then
    > we need to decide what occurs if I set the speed and then issue a
    > termios call - does it override or not.

    I'd say yes.

    ..Stu

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