On Sat, 10 Apr 1999, Philip Trickett wrote:
> Hi, I have been reading about programming the serial port in the
> Serial-Programming-HOWTO, and I couldn't seem to find any reference to
> controlling individual lines on the serial port.
> Is there any way, for example, to assert the RTS pin on the serial port
> permanently? I presume I would have to use it in a binary mode, and
> write actual bytes out to the port myself? Or is there an easy way to do
Hmm just at a guess this sounds like you'll need to to the driver level in
the kernel, then again I could be wrong,
>> By the way, I oined this mailing list, but how does somone actually join
> the ILUG?
>That's all there really is to the ILUG, the mailing list and people around
it, the committee was I think voted in at a F2F, and the tech ppl running
the list + website just happened ..
>> Phil Trickett
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