In article <[email protected]
(Steve Palm) writes:
> [email protected]
(Anthony Rumble) writes:
> : If *SOMONE* could post a *GOOD* port of Minicom (One that works) we
> : might just have a good Comms package..
> Before I post . . .
> I have Minicom working just great. It only has ONE problem on my system.
> For up/downloads, it opens a window to show status. It's opening a pipe
> to capture the output of the transfer command, and sending that to the
> input of the window...
> Are pipes buffered? Because output to that window is only updated after
> quite some stuff has flowed through, making it useless as a status box.
> If this doesn't bother anyone, I'll put it up somewhere.
Uhh, I uploaded a completely working version of minicom, along with a
port of the newest version of sz/rz (with zmodem recover, etc) to tsx-11. It's
sitting in /incoming and should be up in a few days. I guess I'll go throw a
copy up on banjo in /pun/Linux/Incoming as well after I catch up news. Look
for it in a couple hours 🙂
Joe Waters ("Falc") [[email protected]
"If brute force can't fix the problem, it means you're not using enough."
Linux is better.