HELP!: How to set serial port speed (2.6)

HELP!: How to set serial port speed (2.6)

Post by Trond Bakaa » Thu, 22 Jan 1998 04:00:00



I'm trying to set the serial port speed on a Pentium 2 running Solaris
2.6. I want to redirect output to ttyb, and the receiving device (a
powerswitch) has a fixed baudrate (2400). How can I setup Solaris to use
this speed on the port????

Have tried with Admintool and eeprom/Configuration Assistant, but
nothing helps. All help would really be appreciated!!

Thanks in advance

Trond Are Bakaas
Scali A/S
http://www.scali.com

 
 
 

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