kim at hawtin.net.au
Sun Nov 30 20:40:26 EST 2008
Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 08:35:53AM +1100, Damien Gardner Jnr wrote:
>> I've been known to have up to 10 of the things plugged into my workshop
>> laptop at times over the years, with gps's, accelerometers, tnc's, router
>> consoles, etc, all running together, and haven't had a problem :) Only
>> issue was making sure that the same devices always went into the same
>> ports on the hubs, if I unplugged anything for any reason (otherwise it's
>> install drivers yet again for a 'new device', and mess up your com port
> Use linux! :)
I'm curious to see if you pin specific USB serial devices to /dev/ttySx ports?
Also have you used more than 128 serial ports?
I've had issues with more than 128 serial devices hanging of a 2.4.x kernel,
but have not tested this with a 2.6.x kernel yet. Especially the cheaper
To be honest I am yet to do any work with packet, but I'm quite interested
in this space.
Ozaprs mailing list
Ozaprs at aprs.net.au
More information about the Ozaprs