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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
Dear List -
I am trying to capture data from a serial port and write it to a file.
/var/www$ cat /dev/ttyS0 > scale_value.html
cat: /dev/ttyS0: Device or resource busy
/var/www# cat /proc/tty/driver/serial
serinfo:1.0 driver revision:
0: uart:16550A port:000003F8 irq:4 tx:90... (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: Meow613
3. Shell Programming and Scripting
please any one can provide me the shell script to write data to /dev/ttyS1
and read responce from /dev/ttyS1 and compare the responce to some string ..
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any body help me..
how do i... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: yashwantkumar
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
5. Shell Programming and Scripting
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)
Discussion started by: charlie.arya
I am developing an application in c with Linux OS, where a radio modem working at baud rate 9600 will be attached to PC on serial port. More than four such units will be communicating at one time, so there may be jamming or data corruption. Each module will be transmitting Data packets less than... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: raj8109
I am a begineer in Linux, I have 4 ports and 3 are operational port 1,port 2 and port 4 (when I plug in serial device I can see it working) but port 3 seems it is not working.
I am sure the hardware is fine.
when I give command
dmesg | grep tty
serial 8250:ttyS0 at... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: vr_82
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
9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am using system running on red hat linux 4.
I had connected health measuring machine to the serial port and configured it
stty -F /dev/ttyS0 9600 -parenb cs8 -cstopb
this machine requires a command to be passed to it for giving output. I am unable to pass command hexa format(0x68) to the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: netsavant
plmpower(8) powerman plmpower(8)
plmpower - control Insteon/X10 devices via SmartLabs PLM 2412S
plmpower --device serial-port
plmpower is a helper program for powerman which enables communication with Insteon/X10 devices via SmartLabs Power Line Modem, model 2412S.
It is run interactively by the powerman daemon. It can also be useful as a standalone tool for debugging X10/Insteon networks based on the
Note the addresses of your Insteon/X10 devices. Plug the PLM into an AC outlet, preferably on the same electrical phase as the devices
under control. Devices are available to bridge phases if this is not possible.
Attach the PLM's serial port to your computer, and ensure that nothing else is using the serial port such as the system console or
getty(8). Run plmpower and try the interactive commands below to see if the devices respond reliably.
Once everything is working, configure powermand to run plmpower as a coprocess as described in powerman.conf(5).
-d, --device serial-port
Specify the path to the special file connected to the PLM's serial port.
-t, --timeout msec
Set the Insteon timeout to the specified number of milliseconds (default 1000).
-x, --x10-attempts number
Set the number of times to run every X10 command (default 3). X10 does not provide an ACK/NAK mechanism like Insteon so we cannot
be certain that any particular X10 command completed, therefore X10 commands are issued multiple times to increase confidence.
The following commands are accepted at the plmpower> prompt. Address arguments may be Insteon (e.g. 1A.2B.3C) or X10 (e.g. G12).
help Display help on the available commands.
info Get info about the PLM.
reset Reset the PLM (clears the all-link db).
Turn on device.
Turn off device.
Query status of device (Insteon only).
Time round trip request/response to device (Insteon only).
PowerMan was originally developed by Andrew Uselton on LLNL's Linux clusters. This software is open source and distributed under the terms
of the GNU GPL.
powerman(1), powermand(8), httppower(8), plmpower(8), vpcd(8), powerman.conf(5), powerman.dev(5), powerman-devices(7).
powerman-2.3.5 2009-02-09 plmpower(8)