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SubjectRe: Serial Console
Unless of course you really DO have RTS/CTS (Or DTR-->CTS) flow control
turned on - on your terminal, and the terminal shuts off RTS (or DTR) to
indicate its fifo level is too high.

That *IS* useful.

but the ability to hard-code it in a shut-off state is *MUCH* better.

Chad

> On Tue, 5 Dec 2000, PaulJakma wrote:
>
> > > ATM I've found a quick workaround - I
> > > use "stty -F /dev/console clocal -crtscts" to turn off the serial flow
> > > control at the stawrt of /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit - this seems to work quite
> > > well... of course it doesn't stop some program turning flow control back
> > > on and ballsing it all up again :)
> >
> > yukkk...
> >
> > /dev/console having non-blocking semantics sounds much cleaner.
>
> Yep - having a blocking console just seems like plain stupidity :(
>
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