line BRK detection on ttyS0

Mark Hounschell dmarkh@cfl.rr.com
Wed Oct 6 09:42:00 GMT 2010


On 10/06/2010 04:42 AM, Mark Hounschell wrote:
> I ask the following on LKML and Mr. Alan Cox said that as far as the
> kernel was concerned it should work
> but that I needed to ask here.
>
> Does the kernel support sending a SIGINT from a line BRK on ttyS0 to a thread of a process
> where the process has a controlling terminal that is NOT ttyS0 and the thread is using ttyS0
> in a cfmakeraw mode? I see doc that implies that ttyS0 must be the controlling terminal but
> can my thread have a controlling terminal while my main process has it's own? My thread
> cannot use the \377 \0 \0 char sequence because it is receiving and transmitting 8-bit binary
> data. Is there a way for the kernel to inform my thread, not my main process, of a line BRK?
> Or a way for my thread to ask the kernel if a line BRK occurred on ttyS0?
>
>
> Thanks and regards
> Mark
>
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