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Tue May 19 12:57:08 CEST 2009

emacs comint shell vs term

I'm trying to run socat like this:

TTY=/dev/ttyS0
BAUD=115200
TARGET_TTY=$TTY,b$BAUD,raw,echo=0
CONSOLE_TTY=`tty`,raw,echo=0
socat $TARGET_TTY $CONSOLE_TTY

Here socat is quite literally a null modem connecting two
bidirectional terminals.

But in a comint shell buffer this does echo, just like it does when
running with CONSOLE_TTY=-

Running it in an x-terminal or emacs's term or ansi-term modes does
give proper non-echoing behaviour.

Have to set "export LINES=33" to make "dmesg|less" work properly.


Ha!

http://blog.orebokech.com/2008/07/emacs-snapshot-20080727-1.html

M-x serial-term

Not working in my 22 though..



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