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Réf. : RE: Send data on serial port!

I have do the same with no problems on a devboard LX
some ideas:

 - you can see the hwtestserial.c source file given with the DEV KIT

 - you must open the device with open (not fopen)

-  If you send the character to a printer ,you need probably to send \n to
see it

- do you use a line analyser to control the character ??

/ didier

                    "Goran Hillebrink"                                                                                       
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I've done that but I still need to send '\n' to have the character sent
from the send buffer. Any other idea?

-----Original Message-----
From: Johan Adolfsson [mailto:johan.adolfsson@xxxxxxx.com]
Sent: 09 January 2003 14:05
To: G?an Hillebrink; dev-etrax
Subject: Re: Send data on serial port!

Make sure you set the terminal settings to "raw" on both the
sender and the receiver, e.g. by using the cfmakeraw() function.
See 'man cfmakeraw'


----- Original Message -----
From: "Goran Hillebrink" <Goran.Hillebrink@xxxxxxx.se>
To: "dev-etrax" <dev-etrax@xxxxxxx.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2003 12:34
Subject: Send data on serial port!

> Hi,
> I need to send data character by character over a serial port(/dev/ttyS0)
on a LX board. To achieve as high speed
as possible I want to send as little overhead as possible. When I send data
now I always need to add a line feed to
have the data sent immediately. Is it possible to send just a byte without
a line feed?
> /Goran