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I have a protocol that uses 76.800 in baud rate. The commando setserial dosnt work with my PCI serialcard and the baud rate 76.800 (B76800) is not implementet in the ...
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    How to use a non standard baud rate


    I have a protocol that uses 76.800 in baud rate. The commando setserial dosnt work with my PCI serialcard and the baud rate 76.800 (B76800) is not implementet in the header termios.h.

    Im using Redhat 9 and Kdeveloper.

    How do I work around this?

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    Hopelessly off topic (sorry) I'm feeling playful. My excuse it that I read too much:

    The scene starts to build up when Juliet's nurse enters the scene, Mercutio starts being rude by playing his familiar language game, seizing every opportunity for sexual punning.

    "A bawd, a bawd, a bawd! So ho!"

    (From 'Romeo and Juliet')

    I hope you get a proper answer soon!
    I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

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    Edit /etc/ppp/options and/or /etc/wvdial.conf the baud rate can be set in those files

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