[BL] microcom and BBS
keesan at sdf.lonestar.org
Fri Jan 13 23:20:32 EST 2006
On Fri, 13 Jan 2006, David Moberg wrote:
> If you press ~ in microcom and then t, you will see this screen:
> ******Set terminal ******
> p - set speed choose speed for the serial COM port
> m - no CR/NL mapping enable/disable CR/NL mapping for terminal
> n - no flow control
> h - hardware flow control hardware flow control is preferred for modem
> s - software flow control
> q - quit help
> Perhaps the m option will fix the Enter problem?
The m option appears to prevent the modem from receiving AT commands. Not
only won't it respond to the init string (at&f1 OK) it also won't go
offhook and dial. So I dialed without it.
I am going to try that option now, having already dialed and ssh'ed. I had
to hit Ctrl-L after exiting help. That worked, sort of, but now I can do a
carriage return but not a line feed - the line feed jumps over a
paragraph instead of inserting a blank line when used between paragraphs.
Before I was getting unwanted line feeds with the first Enter. You have
narrowed down the problem, anyway. I wonder if the author ever tested this
with a bbs.
An Enter at the end of a line followed by another line acts like Ctrl-J
(moves the next line back to where Enter was hit). Sindi
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