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Re: More break help needed

Pete Geenhuizen pgeenhuizen@carolina.rr.com
Wed, 19 May 2004 15:06:11 -0700 (PDT)

Well the patch fixed it, the output is a little odd and dirty, but it does
work, this is what I got

host:root> [halt sent]

host:root> ~Type  'go' to resume
{1} ok go
ksh: ~^B:  not found

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Bryan Stansell said:
> On Wed, May 19, 2004 at 03:32:13PM -0400, Pete Geenhuizen wrote:
>> As for the break sequence eventhough the standard break sequence works
>> we
>> use the alternate <CR> ~ ^B  but when I send it all I get is ^B and no
>> break.  Any suggestions?
> two possibilities, mainly 'cause i'm still not clear on your setup.
> first off, if you haven't told your suns to recognize the alternate
> break sequence, you'll need to enable it with modifying /etc/default/kbd
> or using the 'kbd' command.  that'll disable the standard serial break
> and enable the alt-break recognition.
> second, you'll more than likely need to insert delays into the break
> sequence.  so, something like
> break 2 { string "\r\d~\d^b"; delay 600; }
> should work.  if you use this, make sure you apply the patch i posted
> yesterday regarding break sequences...as this tickles the existing bug.
> so, hopefully, with those two things done, it should start properly
> sending the break sequence and the host should start recognizing it.
> Bryan
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