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SubjectRe: Badness in device_release at drivers/base/core.c:84
(Sorry this is not strictly related to SCSI, but I could not help it.)

Regarding the use of a program from uucp suite
for console output capture,
we can use C-Kermit as well.

> Your need a NULL modem serial cable available
> from any computer store.
>
> Install uucp - I use on the HOST :
>
> uucp-1.06.1-33.7.2.

Or you can use C-Kermit.
See

http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/ckermit.html

for details. There are precompiled packages.

> ... [omission ] ...

> 5. Start uucp on the HOST:
>
> cu -l /dev/ttyS0 -s 9600

kermit
set line /dev/ttyS0
set speed 9600
connect

and you can issue other commands.
set [space] ?
will print all the available options at that point.
(You can log the interaction into a file by issueing
a command to kermit, too, but using script and then run kermit
inside the scripted session might be easier.)
(Generally speaking hitting ? somewhere on the kermit command line
prints usable options/setting/keywords, and so
you can learn the basics very quickly.)
You can set up a startup file that sets
the device name, speed, parity, data size, etc. and
so you don't have to type all the command every time.

While I agree cu might work well for one shot job,
running a full terminal emulator like C-Kermit
helps us in the long term.

Just thought to let you know a full-featured terminal
emulator is available under linux.

> John Donnelly AT HP DOT com

Is the succinct and to the point steps
part of a widely available document?

I wish I knew this a few years ago.


--
int main(void){int j=2003;/*(c)2003 cishikawa. */
char t[] ="<CI> @abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.,\n\"";
char *i ="g>qtCIuqivb,gCwe\np@.ietCIuqi\"tqkvv is>dnamz";
while(*i)((j+=strchr(t,*i++)-(int)t),(j%=sizeof t-1),
(putchar(t[j])));return 0;}/* under GPL */
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