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Old 31st October 2008
PeterSteele PeterSteele is offline
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Default Setting up the serial console

We have a terminal server hooked up to the serial console ports on our FreeBSD boxes. Everything works, almost. The problem is that when we reboot we want to be able to see the full boot log, including the BIOS and POST sessions. It seems though that the BIOS is running ata different baud rate than what we have configured for ttyd0 (115200). How do we configure the serial console so that everything is set to the same baud rate?
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