On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Dale Dunlea wrote:
> I tried placing a software spy on the windows machine but none of
> them seem to get in at boot time before the driver device locks the
> port. Point taken about driver not likely being shouted at with
> random gibberish.
Have you considered something like qemu or bochs? Pretty sure one or
both of those can be pointed at the host serial device for use as
serial device within the hosted OS. That way you can have bochs'
serial driver dump out the conversation.
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