[uClinux-dev] minicom from uclinux

Andrey Butok Andrey.Butok at iss.org.ua
Tue Mar 25 06:32:25 EST 2003


Yes the "tip" has:
-x      use software flow (xon/xoff)
-r      use hardware flow (rts/cts)

!!But "on practice" it does not handle xon/xof or rts/cts signals. It means
it declare the functionality, only, but do nothing.
Do you have another experience?

Best regards
Andrey

----- Original Message -----
From: "David McCullough" <davidm at snapgear.com>
To: <uclinux-dev at uclinux.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 2:01 PM
Subject: Re: [uClinux-dev] minicom from uclinux


> Jivin Andrey Butok lays it down ...
> > Hello
> >
> > On practice, the "tip" does not supports Harware/Software data flow
control.
> > Or may be, I am wrong?
> >
> > Is the any other standard terminal program for uCLinux that supports it
?
>
> The version with the dist does:
>
> Usage: tip [-?heonxrwcqt125678] [-s speed] [-w file] [-p tcpport] [-l
> device] [device]
>
> -h?     this help
> -q      quiet mode (no helpful messages)
> -1      1 stop bits (default)
> -2      2 stop bits
> -5      5 data bits
> -6      6 data bits
> -7      7 data bits
> -8      8 data bits (default)
> -e      even parity
> -o      odd parity
> -n      no parity (default)
> -c      use clocal mode (no disconnect)
> -t      translate 5 bit codes to ascii
> -x      use software flow (xon/xoff)
> -r      use hardware flow (rts/cts)
> -f      pass xon/xoff flow control to remote
> -s      baud rate (default 9600)
> -w      capture remote output to local file
> -p      bind to tcpport instead of using stdin/stdout
> -l      device to use
>
> Cheers,
> Davidm
>
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