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I used to sell Packard Bell Remote Control with the infrared receivers. Infrared are just "dumb" receivers. WinLIRC is a software that interprets those signals and executes commands associated with those signals. For example, the infrared receiver accepts a signal from the TV remote, and WinLIRC will change the channel on you TV tuner, go to the next track ...


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Long story short, it looks as if screen doesn't support setting those flags. The alternative would be to run stty to set the flags while screen is connected to the port, as you've done. Alternately, you could run kermit or another terminal emulator program inside a conventional screen command-line session, instead of having screen connect directly to the ...


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Try sudo screen /dev/ttyUSB2 115200,cs8,parenb,-parodd,-cstopb From the man page for stty: csN - set character size to N bits, N in [5..8] [-]parenb - generate parity bit in output and expect parity bit in input [-]parodd - set odd parity (even with '-') [-]cstopb - use two stop bits per character (one with '-')


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Try running dmesg after plugging in the USB-to-serial device. You should see messages at the bottom of the log referring to the device. It will most likely be called /dev/ttyUSB0 or something similar.


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i would like to forward the ttyO2 port where first login comes up and gives a bash. That is not possible. The output of a device cannot be redirected somewhere else from within the kernel. There are external hardware solutions, such as serial-to-Ethernet converters (aka modem replacement devices). However the logical console does not have be be ...


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Which specific device do you have? You may know this, but serial connections don't have any device identification built into the protocol. I did find a technical manual for the MT4000 series that states that these devices are running an embedded RTOS, but doesn't mention any specifics. If they support ssh, I wonder if you could bring up a terminal and use ...


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I had a lot of the same problems trying to get a VT220 to work with my Mac. The thing that eventually solved my problem was using a Tripp Lite Keyspan USB to Serial adapter. Here's a link to the Tripp Lite adapter and the drivers. http://www.tripplite.com/high-speed-usb-to-serial-adapter-keyspan~USA19HS/ Previously I had tried two different USB to Serial ...



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