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userdoc:tt_serial_console_speed_tty [2017/06/11 08:38]
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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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-While this ''​setconsole-speed-tty''​ command is mostly intended for the board type of "​geni586-serial"​ so as to support additional hardware without requiring new board types, this command may also be useful for other board types. ​ For example, suppose you have both Soekris net5501 (19200 baud default) and PC Engines alix (38400 baud default) hardware and want a common terminal to act as a console. ​ The net5501 can have it's default console speed easily changed via it's BIOS to 38400 baud, and then issue ''​setconsole-speed-tty 38400''​ on the net5501. ​ Now both the net5501 and alix boxes will use serial consoles at 38400 baud. 
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