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In article <Pine.LNX.4.21.0012051202120.1578-100000@sorbus.navaho>,
Steve Hill <steve@navaho.co.uk> wrote:
>I'm building boxes with the console set to /dev/ttyS0. However, I can't
>guarantee that there will always be a term plugged into the serial
>port. If there is no term on the port, eventually the buffer fills and
>any processes that write to the console (i.e. init) block. Is there some
>option somewhere to stop this happening (i.e. either ignoring the
>flow-control or just allowing the buffer to overflow)?

Offtopic, but anyway ..

Sure, turn flow control off. You'll probably have to configure this
on the getty process that runs on ttyS0

Mike.
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