[Coco] bluetooth vs linux
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sat Apr 11 01:19:05 EDT 2009
On Saturday 11 April 2009, Roger Taylor wrote:
>At 11:27 PM 4/10/2009, you wrote:
>>The only think missing is minicom hasn't a clue how to do the coco's gfx
>>colors, so a color based proggy, or one that needs a mouse won't work.
>>There will be some details to work out, mostly using xmode to reconfigure
>> for the right flow controls I think.
>>Good luck everybody, and many thanks, Roger.
>Give 19200 bps a try. From the OS-9 prompt you should be able
>to: echo set baud 19200 >/t3
from another shell obviously
>then immediately xmode /t3 bau=7 to reconfigure the pak for 19200
>bps for all new sessions
Also from another shell, not the one running on /t3. And since I had a shell
on /t2, with a minicom session to it, I tried it right from this chair, and it
worked although I should set that session of minicom up for 19200 too. And
that still works. Do we have a 38400? :)
And you really do want to show just how slow rz/sz is. :) Even on my machine,
about 7300 baud is all it can muster. 6809 based machines, around 4500 baud.
Yeah, rz/sz can move a file while someone is sawing the cable in two with a
dull hacksaw. But its error checking is a speed killer. If this is as good
as you claim, I should be able to use ymodem error free at 56k. But it is too
late & I could feel better. The missus went out to get a nanner split, and I
sent her to a place I knew had sugar free ice cream, said get me a small
cone, but she bought back a pint! And I was dumb enough to eat it all, I mean
its sugar free right? Damn that sugar alcohol is hell on ones innards. I
won't do that again real soon.
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