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Re: Pcmcia card speed
- To: Peter Kjellerstedt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Pcmcia card speed
- From: Jean Tourrilhes <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 13:24:04 -0800
- Address: HP Labs, 1U-17, 1501 Page Mill road, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA.
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- In-Reply-To: <B6B64A8D263A4945BB5DCF3F9F400EB495456C@xxxxxxx.se>; from firstname.lastname@example.org on Sat, Oct 27, 2001 at 01:05:01PM +0200
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On Sat, Oct 27, 2001 at 01:05:01PM +0200, Peter Kjellerstedt wrote:
> Just to correct a misconception in the test below. The
> change of speed that is done in the CSR module by the OpenBT
> stack is done in a temporary way, so it is not a failure that
> you see it start at 115200 again after a restart.
Yes, that's a very very nice feature. I did mess up my
installation a couple of times, and I believe this feature saved the
> The reason
> for this is that we want to be sure at startup that the module
> speaks at the same speed as we do without the need to do a lot
> of probing of different speeds. This means that there is always
> two speeds involved, the initial speed (specified using the -i
> option to btdm) and the running speed (specified using -s).
> Thus, if you change the initial speed using pstool, you have
> to specify that speed using -i when you later start btdm. We
> do not recommend to change the initial speed, as it only leads
> to confusion.
That's the proper way to do it.