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Re: Help with break command

Pete Geenhuizen pgeenhuizen@carolina.rr.com
Thu, 29 Apr 2004 16:08:48 -0700 (PDT)

That's encouraging, any suggestions on what I can do to try to figure out
what is going wrong?

Do you know what the difference is when Solaris is at the login prompt and
when you are actually logged in?

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Bryan Stansell said:
> On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 05:30:16PM -0400, Pete Geenhuizen wrote:
>> Nope, not using RSC, just connected to ttya.
>> I can get to the OK prompt doing a telnet to the terminal server and the
>> appropriate port.
>> Using conserver I can get to the OK prompt before I log in, not after I
>> login.
> here's what i can tell you.
> regardless of what state your solaris box is in, conserver should always
> send an IAC/BREAK character sequence over the telnet connection when the
> "\z" break sequence is used (which is the default for ^Ecl1).  nothing
> that i know of will cause that to change.  it's then up to the terminal
> server telnet daemon to process that sequence and actually do the
> hardware break on the serial port.
> now, there might be something going on internal to conserver to cause it
> to get confused, goof up the IAC/BREAK sequence or something else.