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Re: stty under cygwin
On Thu, Apr 22, 2004 at 04:38:18PM +0200, bertrand marquis wrote:
>Christopher Faylor a ?crit:
>>On Thu, Apr 22, 2004 at 09:10:46AM +0200, bertrand marquis wrote:
>>>First of all stty
>>>< /dev/ttyS0 is a regular linux command, you can try. In fact i'm trying
>>>to porting some stuff from linux to cygwin and it seem that the stty
>>>under cygwin doesn't accept to have settings in input.
>>To repeat what I said in a previous message, Cygwin's stty does accept
>>this kind of input. You can't generate the string on linux and use it
>>on Cygwin, however.
>In fact you are right cygwin stty accept this kind of input but it seems
>that the 1:..:0 has to be be shorter under cygwin
That falls under the "You can't generate the string on linux and use it
on Cygwin". You are doomed to failure if you try this. Really.
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