Re: [mu TECH]: Running 'jove' in mulinux

From: Mark Roberts (
Date: Wed Aug 09 2000 - 00:24:20 CEST


I came I saw, it didn't work. I tried 'stty' on a big system and I managed
to change the speed by typing 'stty ospeed 14400'. On mulinux however,
there seems to be no such parameter. Or is the command line syntax
different? I know the answer to this question is "Read the ... manpage!",
but I don't seem to have any man-pages in mu, and 'stty -h', 'stty --help'
and guessing were fruitless.

How can I find out how to drive mu-linux's stty?


> > ... On typing 'jove' to the command line it says:
> >
> > Error: cannot resolve symbol 'ospeed'.
> >
> > Am I right in thinking 'ospeed' is some function or value that has
> > something to do with Terminal-emulation?
> You are right. The System-Call ioctl() is used to read/write this. On
> command-line stty does the job. Just type stty, don't know if tis is in
> mulinux, I'm not at the box. stty shows you the actual values. If there
> is no ospeed or it is empty, try: stty ospeed 115200 or something like
> this, hope it works.

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