Subject: Re: Strange characters when using cu
To: Starman <>
From: Allen Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 02/15/1994 08:11:45
> to allow macBSD to see my modem connection. Now, when I do an ls -l on the
> remote machine, and if the number of files exceeds about 25 or 30, MacBSD
> starts sending a random pattern of ^G and # characters. It's as if cu got
> flooded and didn't know what to do. Has this happened to anyone else?

Sounds like a flow control problem.  If you don't want to look at the serial
code...  Send me the output of an stty -a from this connection.  I haven't
seen anything like it.  Are you using the latest kernel, or an older one?