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userdoc:tt_serial_console_speed_tty [2012/06/04 12:30]
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userdoc:tt_serial_console_speed_tty [2017/06/11 08:41] (current)
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 ====== Serial Console speed/tty ====== ====== Serial Console speed/tty ======
  
-The AstLinux ​board type of "​geni586-serial" assumes a serial console of 19200 baud on /dev/ttyS0 .  Described here is a method to change the serial console speed/tty, not only currently but also automatically after upgrades.+!!Note ->!! For AstLinux ​1.3.0 and later, all serial ​consoles are ''​115200 ​baud 8N1''​.
  
-This applies to the board type of "geni586-serial" ​and all other serial ​console board types, "​net5501",​ "​alix",​ etc. .+!!Note ->!! For AstLinux 1.2.10 and earlier, all serial consoles are ''​19200 baud 8N1'',​ unless otherwise noted. 
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 +Described here is a method to change the serial console speed/tty, not only currently but also automatically after upgrades. 
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 +This applies to the board types of ''​geni586-serial'' ​and ''​genx86_64-serial''​.
  
 !!Note: AstLinux 1.0.4 or later is required!! !!Note: AstLinux 1.0.4 or later is required!!
  
-After setting-up AstLinux and creating the persistent storage, the ''​setconsole-speed-tty''​ command is used to make changes to the serial console speed/tty settings.+After setting-up AstLinux and creating the persistent storage, the ''​setconsole-speed-tty''​ command is used to make persistent ​changes to the serial console speed/tty settings.
  
 Usage: Usage:
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 To issue this command you must either SSH into the AstLinux box, or use the CLI tab in the web interface with the "CLI Proxy Server"​ enabled in the Network tab.  Some example command arguments are: To issue this command you must either SSH into the AstLinux box, or use the CLI tab in the web interface with the "CLI Proxy Server"​ enabled in the Network tab.  Some example command arguments are:
  
-Set console speed to 38400 baud, using default ttyS0+Set console speed to 19200 baud, using default ttyS0
  
-  setconsole-speed-tty ​38400+  setconsole-speed-tty ​19200
  
 Set console speed to 115200 baud, using /dev/ttyS1 Set console speed to 115200 baud, using /dev/ttyS1
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   setconsole-speed-tty reset   setconsole-speed-tty reset
  
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