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I have an unloaded T5140 machine and want to access the ILOM for the first time and subsequently the network port after that., and then load Solaris 10 the final January 2011 build.
The first part is what confuses me -the cabling.
I am coming from a Windows machine (w/appropriate... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: joboy
I am using ReflectionX on a windows PC to run an application on a Solaris box. The application uses the serial port and expects a definition like: /dev/ttyb
Is there a way to use the PC serial port through ReflectionX?
PC is running Windows-XP
Solaris Box is:
Sun Microsystems sun4u... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: deanjennings
In my environment, I have few T5220. On the iLOM Management Card, I have both Network and Serial port are cabled, I don't have any issues while I try to connect using Network Management port, but when I try to connect the serial port for the same server which is actually connected... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: bobby320
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I have a external board connected to my serial port. I need to execute "shutdown -r now" command when system boot up. When system boots up it requires a username ans password. Then I need to run my command. I can use rc script but that is rebooting system before it asks for username and... (0 Replies)
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A neighbour's Ubuntu 10.04 machine has five serial ports, one on the motherboard and four on a PCI card. However, only four cards are showing:
# dmesg | grep tty
serial8250: ttyS0 at I/O 0x3f8 (irq = 4) is a 16550A
00:08: ttyS0 at I/O 0x3f8 (irq = 4) is a 16550A
... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: dotancohen
I have a need to determine when a string has been completely sent via a serial port from a standard 'C' application. The code is as follows:
SerialPort_Send = open (pPortString, O_WRONLY | O_NOCTTY | O_NONBLOCK);
write (SerialPort_Send, pCommandString, strlen (pCommandString));
... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: ExDes
I am working with solaris 9,SUN-Blade-100 and I want to communicate with the Serial port.To check whether the port is working or not.I write code and when I execute the file,then I got the output--
According to this,serial port is not found.can anyone please tell me how to configure the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: smartgupta
I am working with Sun Solaris 9 Sparc,Sun-Blade-100.In my application,I need to monitor the UPS using Serial port.
When I am using JRE 1.4 in my application,I am able to monitor it but when I am upgrading the JRE version from 1.4 to JRE1.6. I am not able to monitor the UPS.It is showing the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: smartgupta
I have just re-installed Compaq ML350 G2 Server with Unix SCO 5.0.5 and
informix DBMS .
on this server we have 2 serial ports , unfortunately its not working.
Can anyone help me to check the serial ports working or not OR guide me
to reconfigure it.
I have attached a device with... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: munirh
I think my serial port(on board) is not working ......
because when I am running same code on two machines its working good....but when my system comes into picture ....it doesnt show any output comming from serial port..........
can anybody tell me how to configure my serial port.........or to... (16 Replies)
Discussion started by: arunchaudhary19
Net::CLI::Interact::Transport::Serial(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Net::CLI::Interact::Transport::Serial(3pm)
Net::CLI::Interact::Transport::Serial - Serial-line based CLI connection
This module provides a wrapped instance of a Serial-line client for use by Net::CLI::Interact.
On Windows platforms you must download the "plink.exe" program, and pass its location to the library in this parameter. On other platforms,
this defaults to "cu", which again you must download and install.
Based on the "connect_options" hash provided to Net::CLI::Interact on construction, selects and formats parameters to provide to "app" on
the command line. Supported attributes:
FIXME: on Windows platforms, only the device attribute is supported.
Name of the device providing access to the Serial-line (e.g. "/dev/ttyUSB0" or "COM5".
You have a choice of "even", "odd" or "none" for the parity used in serial communication. The default is "none".
You can control whether to use "XON/XOFF" handling for the serial communication. The default is to disable this, so to enable it pass
any True value.
You can set the speed (or baud rate) of the serial line by passing a value to this named parameter. The default is 9600.
Only used on Unix platforms, this installs a signal handler which attempts to reap the "ssh" child process. Pass a true value to enable
this feature only if you notice zombie processes are being left behind after use.
See the following for further interface details:
Oliver Gorwits <firstname.lastname@example.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Oliver Gorwits.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
perl v5.14.2 2012-06-12 Net::CLI::Interact::Transport::Serial(3pm)