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Old 05-17-2007, 02:13 AM   #1
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Location: lynnwood, wa - usa
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minicom: default duplex? minirc.dfl setting?

I've just started using minicom. It is working, just looking for a way to improve my minirc.dfl

I have minicom interfacing quite nicely with an embedded controller I'm working with.

One annoyance is I can not seem to save certain settings, i.e. everytime I start up I have to set local echo on (i.e. Ctrl+A E)

# Machine-generated file - use "minicom -s" to change parameters.
pr port             /dev/ttyS0
pr lock
pu baudrate         115200
pu rtscts           No
pu xonxoff          Yes
'man minicom' only describes the locations of the config files for minicom, but does not describe any options.

setting local echo on and then saving dfl (as root) has not helped.

In desperation, I tried adding lines like 'pu duplex half', 'pu echo on' but that gives a parse error..

also have tried runscript w/o success.

any ideas? thanks!


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