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I'm attempting to connect a Altek DataTab II
digitizing table to a SS20 running Sol2.5.1 via
RS232.  I have set the ttya port to "Initialize
Connection Only" w/ 9600 baud.  Also, the
eeprom variable "ttya-port" has been set to 2400,8,E,1,-.

Is there anything else that is required to start
communications between the sun & digitizer?  I read a message several days ago about the Sun serial controllers
on SS10s being configured for RS432...Is this true?

Thanks,

Jeff
fizz@jps.net

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It is true, but for practical porpouses it does not matter.
Now, what is exactly your problem?

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