Odd RS232 problem

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Sat May 13 03:06:23 PDT 2006

On Saturday 13 May 2006 19:15, Joseph Koshy wrote:
> > I have a test PC here which
> > is quite old (FreeBSD 4.mumble, Tcl 8.2) and it never
> > sees any problems. I am soon going to try an identical system
> > to the one failing (6.0-STABLE)
> Have you checked if the PC's serial port adheres to RS232 specs?

Not as such, although it is a bit difficult as the PC is rather remote :(
(80 degrees north)

I have another card of the same model here and I will also see if I can get 
someone on site to swap the cable with one of the onboard ports (used for the 

Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
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