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

> > 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.)
Pavel
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