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SubjectRe: 921Kbps on Linux: is it possible ?!?!

> > On Wed, Oct 14, 1998 at 04:16:41PM +0200, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > > > I've never even been able to get 460K to work correctly. I bought a
> > > > highspeed serial board
> > > could be able to acchieve such speeds. I wonder if it is worth
> > > supporting?
> > >
> > I think it is worth supporting - some device like the ZyXEL ISDN TA
> > support 460K - and this should work correctly
> 460K _is_ supported, because its declaration (B460800) is already in
> termbits.h. Just by using setserial (or a custom application), one can set
> the serial port (that supports this speed) to work at 460.8K. The real
> problem is with 921.6Kbps, which is not present in the kernel definitions
> yet.

BTW When adding 921Kbps, add 1500000bps, too, they are supported by NS
PC87338 chip. (Expect patch soon, it already works for me.)

The best software in life is free (not shareware)! Pavel
GCM d? s-: !g p?:+ au- a--@ w+ v- C++@ UL+++ L++ N++ E++ W--- M- Y- R+

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