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Old 25th August 2008
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I just got a soekris 4521 off ebay but I'm not able to serially login. From computer which connects to the 4521 serially, I run the cu command. Its says connected and then just idles there.
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Do you have the correct cable? you need a null-modem serial cable.. not a strait though.

Also, the default settings are:

19200 bits per second, 8 data bits, No parity bit, 1 stop bit (aka, 19200/8/N/1).

Read the man page to learn how to set these options..

My guess is, on OpenBSD anyway (Connected to COM1):
$ cu -l /dev/cua00 -s 19200

But I could be wrong.
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Good guide for people new to Soekris installations

http://www.ultradesic.com/index.php?section=22
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