Re: minicom script length
- From: "morpheus" <agnibhu@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 6 Oct 2006 01:04:29 -0700
Moe Trin wrote:
On 4 Oct 2006, in the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.misc, in article
<1160024673.858080.73250@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, morpheus wrote:
I'v tried linewrap but no use. Now i reduced the length of my script to
less than 80 characters and now it works fine. But it would be nice if
there is a way we can give a script having length more than 80
Is there any Environment variable or configuration file for minicom
where we can specify the maximum line lenght accepted in minicom ?
I rarely use minicom any more, and even less often run scripts from it,
but if you look at the documentation that comes with minicom, there does
not appear to be any configuration file. Looking at the 'runscript(1)'
man page, it appears it is taking the line length from the terminal
variables. I'd suggest trying the script in two lines, but escaping the\
line break like that - with a back-slash.
I can manually run my original command(which having more than 80 chars)
in the minicom by typing out in the terminal. The problem comes when i
give this command as a script.
Is this using the 'runscript' command?
thanks for the reply
I've tried with back-slash but runscript give error on it.
yeah, I'm using runscript for the giving script.
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