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Old 12-26-2008, 05:48 AM   #1
vicky_driver
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TTy driver how to use underlying serial port


I am building a new tty driver. have completed the few preliminary things required like registertation etc and am also able to receive data from user space. Now how do i send the data using the termios settings I am have made in the driver. Have tried registering struct serial_struct and then using outb to send the data but it then sends with the default of termios settings. what is the way out.
 
  


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