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This version has a completely new approach to configuration, so if you have a setup other than the standard ttyS0 and 1, you will have to get your hands dirty.
By default, only COM1-4 are configured by the kernel, using IRQ 3 and 4. If you have other serial ports (such as an AST Fourport card), or if you have mapped the IRQs differently (perhaps COM3 and 4 to other IRQs to allow concurrent access with COM1 and 2) then you must have this package.
setserial Version 2.17 (27-Jan-2000) Setserial is a program which allows you to look at and change various attributes of a serial device, including its port, its IRQ, and other serial port options. Starting with Linux 0.99 pl10, only the COM1-4 ports are configured, using the default IRQ of 4 and 3. So, if you have any other serial ports provided by other boards (such as an AST Fourport), or if more»
This package was originally put together by Bruce Perens <Bruce@Pixar.com> It is now maintained for Debian by Jonas Genannt <firstname.lastname@example.org> Note that the standard setup for this package is such that you never have to change any of the configuration files. As standard, all configuration changes made during the on-time of the machine are lost on a shutdown or halt. Only the configurat more»
SETSERIAL(8) SETSERIAL(8) NAME setserial - get/set Linux serial port information SYNOPSIS setserial [ -abqvVWz ] device [ parameter1 [ arg ] ] ... setserial -g [ -abGv ] device1 ... DESCRIPTION setserial is a program designed to set and/or report the con‐ figuration information associated with a serial port. T more»
setserial (2.17-48) unstable; urgency=low * new maintainer (Closes: #636122) * debian/watch: ad more»
This is the Debian package of setserial. This package was originally put together by Bruce Perens. I more»