dip changes spd_hi to spd_normal

dip changes spd_hi to spd_normal

Post by Sean Hershberg » Thu, 29 Dec 1994 13:17:03



I am running Yggdrasil Fall 94 Linux.

When I run "dip" to start a CSLIP connection it runs fine, but it changes
the spd_hi flag for the serial port to the spd_normal flag.

I am determining this by running "setserial -ag /dev/cua3" both before
and after running dip.

If anyone can tell me an easy solution (or even a difficult solution) to
this problem please let me know.

Thanks,

Sean

 
 
 

dip changes spd_hi to spd_normal

Post by Uri Blumenth » Sat, 31 Dec 1994 10:56:01


What version of DIP do you run?  In my case it
doesnt' really change it (i.e. after DIP exits,
the spd_hi is back, if it was set). dip-3.3.7k.
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dip changes spd_hi to spd_normal

Post by Sean Hershberg » Mon, 02 Jan 1995 02:37:09




>What version of DIP do you run?  In my case it
>doesnt' really change it (i.e. after DIP exits,
>the spd_hi is back, if it was set). dip-3.3.7k.
>Regards,


I used the "whence" command and it reported:
        "installed from .../dip337d-uri/dip"
                                    ^^^ You I see. :-)

I don't know that I checked whether the serial speed went back to
it's previous setting after dip had exited.

My real problem, was that I assumed that setting "speed 38400" in the
dip script just called ioctl(), and that the actual serial port speed
was the speed which setserial had mapped to 38400.  (My dip documentation
didn't say anything about how this worked.)

Putting "speed 115200" in my dip script (Which Scott Hemphill suggested)
fixed the problem I was having.

Thanks
Sean

 
 
 

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I have a 2-button mouse. When I run startx my mouse is dead under the
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Can anyone work with me? I've read through the manuals and tried all the
combinations but I'm really stuck now. Thanks very much.

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