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Re: building an RPI image that can be used via SSH

Jean-Baka Domelevo Entfellner <domelevo%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>With my RPI B+, I had the very same problem as you describe: a serial
>console that gives all the messages out from the Pi, but which doesn't
>transmit information in the opposite way. I solved that problem by
>disabling the hardware flow control on the other side of the serial
>link. Using minicom on a PC, the connection was setup at 115200 speed,
>8-N-1, and until I disabled the hardware flow control, nothing would
>be transmitted from the PC to the Pi. Yes, you are right, that's very
>annoying. Maybe it's worth it to add a word about that on the wiki
>page (http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/evbarm/raspberry_pi/)...

All of the USB <-> TTL serial adaptors that I have got only connect
Tx, Rx and ground, we should put something in the wiki if it is
catching people out.

Robert Swindells

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