[Coco] NitrOS9 driver for Tandy RS232 Pak?
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sun Dec 28 19:58:47 EST 2008
On Sunday 28 December 2008, Steven Hirsch wrote:
>On Sun, 28 Dec 2008, L. Curtis Boyle wrote:
>> The standard driver is ACIAPAK, but if Bruce Isted's SACIA is still part
>> of the NitrOS9 distribution, use it instead (much more advanced, larger
>> buffers, and can run at higher speeds). You will have to make sure that
>> you're descriptor is pointing to the right driver. You can reliably run
>> 9600 baud this way, and even 19.2k if you are downloading files using a
>> non-steaming protocol (like YModem/XModem, bit not ZModem) and are running
>> a 6309 chip with the appropriate version of Nitros.
>Thanks for all the responses. Each of them assumes knowledge not in
>evidence on my part, but there are enough overlapping bits that I should
>be able to hack through it :-).
>In particular, there is a fragment of documentation in the NitrOS9 docs
>subdirectory that mentions "ACIA51" and has some verbiage on the subject.
>However, it's not included in anything other than the L1 manual so I'm
>uncertain as to whether it applies to L2.
>None of the subject drivers appear to be supplied in the NitrOS9 source
Sure is Steve:
It is not level1 or level2 specific.
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