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Thread: changing baud rate while in bash

  1. #1
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    changing baud rate while in bash

    Does anyone know how to change the baud rate while you are in the bash prompt over serial.

    Milhouse.

  2. #2
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    Connect at the default speed and get a bash or tivosh prompt.
    enter 'stty 115200'
    set you terminal program to the faster speed. Depending on your terminal package you may need to disconnect and reconnect for the speed change to take effect.

  3. #3
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    Thanks, I found it reading the stty help shortly after I posted the question.

    It's much better running at 115200.

    Now is there any way to support color? It's just easier to tell the difference between file and directories when using ls (with out the -l).

    Milhouse.

  4. #4
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    alias ls='ls --color' ?

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