RE: Serial Port Monitoring
From: Rokicki, Andrew (ARokicki_at_US.TIAuto.com)
To: "'For users of Fedora Core releases'" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 12:39:31 -0400
> Has anyone got any software that can monitor all data from a serial
I am not sure it this would help but.
If you do (you might have to be root)
$ cat /dev/ttyS0
This will read your first serial port (ttyS1 for second port), and
display what is at the com port.
You might have to use stty to set you communication parameter such
as baud rate etc, do man stty
Your serial port is just a file to the os. So with some scripting
(perl, python) you might be able to read something from a port, date stamp
it and write it to a file.
Just a thought .
Somewhere at: 41 -72
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