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Re: problem



Hi Jason. I think you forgot to put in your message text before quoting
the previous thread. Anyhow, I didn't receive it. Did you mean to add to
the thread before quoting the previous messages? Sorry for any
misunderstanding.

On Mon, 6 May 2002, Jason White wrote:

> Igor Gueths writes:
>  > I actually have /dev/ttyS0, ttyS1, ttyS2, and ttyS3.
>  >
>  > On Sun, 5 May 2002, T. V. Raman wrote:
>  >
>  > > you're probably running devfs with debian --
>  > > did you check to see if you actually have /dev/ttyS0--
>  > > >>>>> "Igor" == Igor Gueths <igueths@attbi.com> writes:
>  > >
>  > >     Igor> Hi. I exported all four of the variables in the
>  > >     Igor> last message, and got the following series of
>  > >     Igor> messages:
>  > >
>  > >     Igor> 	Set port to /dev/ttyS0 Error: stty: Standard
>  > >     Igor> input: Standard input/output error while executing
>  > >     Igor> "exec stty sane 9600 raw -echo < $port ("linux"
>  > >     Igor> arm line 2) invoked from within "switch -exact --
>  > >     Igor> $machine DEC { #osf and ultrix exec stty sane 9600
>  > >     Igor> raw -echo < $port exec stty ixon ixoff $p..."
>  > >     Igor> (proceedure "tts_setserial" line 8) invoked from
>  > >     Igor> within "tts_setserial" file
>  > >     Igor> /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/dtk-exp
>  > >     Igor> line 407
>  > >
>  > >     Igor> 	Anyone know how to fix this error? I
>  > >     Igor> currently have Emacspeak 15.0 and tclx 8.04 and
>  > >     Igor> tcl 8.2. I am also running Speakup, however I have
>  > >     Igor> killed it before executing tcl for testing
>  > >     Igor> purposes. Could the fact that Speakup is compiled
>  > >     Igor> into the kernel and not running as user space have
>  > >     Igor> anything to do with the problem I am experiencing?
>  > >     Igor> Thanks! Speakup is On Sun, 5 May 2002, Jason White
>  > >     Igor> wrote:
>  > >
>  > >     >> First the environment settings:
>  > >     >>
>  > >     >> export DTK_PROGRAM=dtk-exp export DTK_PORT=/dev/ttyS0
>  > >     >> export DTK_TCL=tcl export DTK_DEVICE="DECtalk
>  > >     >> Express"
>  > >     >>
>  > >     >> Make sure that a recent version of tclx (not just
>  > >     >> tcl) is installed.
>  > >     >>
>  > >     >> When submitting a problem report to the mailing list,
>  > >     >> I would also suggest quoting the exact error message
>  > >     >> that you received. This should help other Emacspeak
>  > >     >> users to identify the cause.
>  > >     >>
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>  > > --
>  > > Best Regards,
>  > > --raman
>  > >
>  > >
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> Maybe your other software (speak-up) has control of the port when
>  > Emacspeak is trying to use it. Speak-up, as I remember from various
>  > announcements, is a kernel module, so it is just possible that
>  > Emacspeak might not be able to access the port.
>
> Try this:
> echo This is a test. > /dev/ttyS0
>
> from the shell prompt.
>
> Also try using stty to set serial parameters on /dev/ttyS0, and if you
> think there could be a conflict with speak-up, ask on the speak-up
> mailing list.
>
> I have never used speak-up and thus don't know whether it might be
> engaged in a conflict here.
>

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