[rescue] U60 Serial Console Question
phil.stracchino at speakeasy.net
Tue Apr 3 09:58:01 CDT 2007
stephen price wrote:
> what I used to do was plug a laptop into serial port
> "A" and reboot headless & keyboard-less. Running on
> the laptop was a good terminal emulator with a large
> buffer space to capture all of the console messages so
> that nothing was lost. It even wrote everything to a
> file if the buffer space filled up.
> I used a program called TeraTermPro (freeware stuff)
> that was (IMHO) just a "whole" lot better than
Oh yeah, TeraTerm rocks.
The full version of HyperTerm was actually pretty decent. However, *by
Microsoft's specific request*, the version shipped with Windows was
*intentionally* crippled. I never managed to get a good explanation as
to why anyone at Microsoft thought this was a good idea. Maybe it was
just one of those reflexive things.
It's not the years, it's the mileage.
Phil Stracchino phil.stracchino at speakeasy.net
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