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SubjectRe: LILO and serial speeds over 9600
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Followup to:  <Pine.LNX.4.10.10102120849580.3761-100000@main.cyclades.com>
By author: Ivan Passos <lists@cyclades.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Since I still want to add support for speeds up to 115200, the other two
> questions are still up (see below):
>

Just checked my own code, and SYSLINUX does indeed support 115200 (I
changed this to be a 32-bit register ages ago, apparently.) Still
doesn't answer the question "why"... all I think you do is increase
the risk for FIFO overrun and lost characters (flow control on a boot
loader console is vestigial at the best.)

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