email@example.com (Ronald F. Guilmette) writes:
>In article <CA81wK.JuG@twinsun.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Eggert) writes:
>>Solaris 2.2 has problems accepting incoming characters over the
>>builtin serial ports at higher speeds.
>I was doing UUCP with a Telebit WorldBlazer connected to an ELC at 38.4KB
>for awhile and experienced absolutely no problems under either SunOS 4.1.2
>*or* Solaris 2.2.
That's probably because UUCP does its own handshaking. Its default
handshaking throttles the connection so that you shouldn't have any
problems even at 38400 bps. But if you use interactive programs like
kermit or tip, watch out! At 38400 bps you'll hang an ELC's builtin
serial ports, and maybe even crash Solaris 2.2. SunOS 4.1.2 works fine.
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