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SubjectRe: Console as terminal on serial port
On 25 Jun 96 at 1:10, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:

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> Amazing! I couldn't get my UART to reckognize a break, so I
> thought it was a defect in the serial driver.. Heh, SunOS has
> the same problem with a serial console on it.. don't turn it
> off ;). I'll make a new version that accepts a boot option
> like "console_break=x", where x:
>
> x=0: do not accept BREAKs
> x=1 : like it is now
> x>1 : listen for x breaks in succesion (within a few seconds)
>
> Does that sound OK?

Yeah..... sounds OK to me..... Is anyone working on adding a debugger
or anything to the kernel.....? Someone did mention that there was a
proper one floating around somewhere.



Graham
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The world isnt run by weapons any more, or energy or money
Its run by little 1s and 0s, little bits of data
Its all just electrons
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