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Using a named pipe to simulate a serial port on a VMware virtual machine (linux host and client)
Trying to write a python program to create a simulated data stream and feed it, through a named pipe, to a VMware virtual machine. The host is running Ubuntu 11.10 and VMware player 5.0.0. The Vm is ...
Sep 23 '12 at 4:17
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