hamish at cloud.net.au
Fri Jul 11 11:48:02 UTC 2008
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 09:59:03PM -0500, Joseph G. Boike wrote:
> I'm trying to use microcom (the busybox version) to test a gadget serial
> interface on an at91sam9260 board.
> gadget serial was compiled into the kernel w/ USE_ACM=1. I can "cat
> some_text_file > /dev/ttygserial" and the contents of the text file show
> up on my laptop running hyperterm w/ windows xp. So I think the link is
> ok. But if I do "microcom /dev/ttygserial" the whole board seems to
> hang. I haven't found anything short of cycling power to get the board
> responding. (Granted I'm using a serial console so once the program
> starts I can't just kill it from another terminal window.)
Do you use the microcom package, or the microcom utility is busybox?
Maybe you could try the other?
Hamish Moffatt VK3SB <hamish at debian.org> <hamish at cloud.net.au>
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