Re: setserial is lieing to us, how to fix?
From: Gene Heskett
Date: Tue Mar 08 2005 - 01:04:02 EST
On Tuesday 08 March 2005 00:05, Alan Curry wrote:
>Gene Heskett writes the following:
>>I'm on the horn with another linux user, and we have a question re
>> the setserial command. Its reporting the base baud rate, but not
>> the actual. We need to know the actual settings in use at the
>> moment for a serial port. How can we discover this?
>stty speed -F /dev/ttyXY
Just what the doctor ordered, many thanks.
>The setserial spd_* options can affect speed but they are obsolete
> so you shouldn't be using them. If stty says 38400 then the
> setserial spd_* is in effect. If spd_normal, then 38400 means
> 38400. If spd_hi, then 38400 means 57600. If spd_vhi, then 38400
> means 115200. If spd_shi, then 38400 means 230400. If spd_warp,
> then 38400 means 460800. Then there's spd_cust, which is more
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