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On Tue, 3 Jan 2006, Valeriy E. Ushakov wrote:
On Mon, Jan 02, 2006 at 17:21:59 -0500, Michael Wileman wrote:
Could this be a kernel configuration problem?
Unlikely. It seems the com driver cannot correctly access the com
registers and midetects the com port properties.
If it were the com driver, shouldn't it affect both Christer and me,
or could it be modem dependent?
On Mon, 2 Jan 2006, Christer O. Andersson wrote:
The only thing I can think of is that your modem needs a different
baud rate, though it seems unlikely to me. I think all recent modems
support auto-baud. Try some other possible baud rates, e.g. -s 9600
or -s 38400 or -s 57600.
I don't think it's this, as the 115200 works OK on the i386 machine.
Unless the serial port on the Jornada is picky. I was wondering if
there is a config file somewhere that sets up the tty to match the com
I used my pcmcia combo modem as late as yesterday, to connect to a
remote computer. So my modem definately works. (I only tried AT and
Now I am even more frustrated that my own doesn't work. I wish I knew
of some way to troubleshoot this.
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