On Mon, Jul 02, 2001 at 10:13:04PM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> you should get a list of things which can be set in the eeprom. Look for
> settings which look like they will cause the PROM to ignore serial port
> control signals - could be called ignorertscts but I honestly can't remember
> now. Having found the settings I mean, set them to the appropriate value
> (the opposite of what they are now might be a good place to start) and you
> should be OK. But if you don't mind my asking, why don't you have a terminal
> of some sort connected to the console port. If the E250 gets very sad for
> some reason, it's to the console port that it will cry for attention.
It might be prudent to reset the NVRAM settings, simply blow away
all OBP settings. You might want to print off the output of
/usr/sbin/eeprom first just in case. :)
Brian Scanlan, Systems Administrator.
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