Subject: Re: TT030 Serial ports
To: chris_gray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Leo Weppelman <email@example.com>
Date: 06/24/1998 14:15:44
On Tue 23 Jun 1998, chris_gray wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Jun 1998, Leo Weppelman wrote:
> > On Thu 18 Jun 1998, chris_gray wrote:
> > > The list of supported devices mentions serial2/modem2 and modem1.
> > > What about serial1? Is that the one to use for a serial mouse, perhaps?
> > Serial1 (/dev/ttyB1 in '-current' - see updated faq ;-) is the name for
> > the port connected to the UART on the TT-MFP. I haven't written a driver
> > for this port though. For my Logitech serial mouse I use /dev/mdm01 (or
> > /dev/ttyB0).
> Maybe that would be a suitable project for a future rainy weekend (of
> course we don't get many here in Belgium ;>).
Yes, why not. If I recall correctly, there are some handshake lines missing
too. Meaning that it's functionality is more or less limited to serial mice ;-)
A project for _after_ my holidays is an refurbish of a pc-mouse to an atari
mouse. Thomas once posted a kind of how-to quite a while ago. I don't like
to do this the easy way (like Julian :-).
PS: It won't rain in Belgium for the next 2 or 3 weeks - I'm going on holiday
near the river Semois ;-))