email@example.com (Paul Eggert) writes:
>firstname.lastname@example.org (R. Stewart Ellis) writes:
>>Why stop at 19200?
>Because Solaris 2.2 has problems accepting incoming characters over the
>builtin serial ports at higher speeds. Solaris 2.2 may work fine with
>an SBus Serial Parallel Controller, which is what Ellis wrote about.
>But watch out if you're using the builtin serial ports. Even at 19200
>bps I have a few problems with Solaris 2.2 on an ELC's builtin ports;
>at 38400 bps it hangs so often that it's unacceptable. I had no problem
>even at 38400 bps when the ELC was running SunOS 4.1.2.
I dunno if I would blame it on Solaris 2.2. I'm running 2.2 on an LX
and my 486DX/50 is connected to ttyb at 38400. Zmodem xfers run at
about 28k rock solid with zero retransmits, ever, even on huge files.
Could be the ELC's hardware thats giving you grief?
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