Subject: Re: zmodem logs me out
To: Dan McMahill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
Date: 05/05/1998 11:50:43
On Mon, 4 May 1998, Dan McMahill wrote:
> Has anyone been able to use zmodem to transfer files from NetBSD to a
> terminal logged in over a serial port?
> I have NetBSD 1.3 on my Mac. I compiled the sz/rz stuff from
> ftp ftp://ftp.cs.pdx.edu/pub/zmodem/rzsz.sh
> It seemed to compile fine. Then I logged into the mac using a terminal
> program on a different machine on /dev/tty00. I can log in fine. When
> I try to
> sz filename
> The download (NetBSD/mac68k -> terminal program) gets part way and gets hung.
> Then I get a login prompt back. So somehow the zmodem transfer is causing
> me to get logged out.
What does "stty" show? ``stty -parity -opost'' before sz should pass every
character. If it does wierdness with your terminal later, you can always
change it back with ``stty -crt''. Also, according to the lsz manpage,
``sz -TT'' sends all 256 characters, so you can see what is being eaten.