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Looking a patch for Solaris 2.4

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Hi,

I'm looking for a patch for Solaris 2.4 that corrects the bug in RTS/CTS flow control handling with ZS8530 chip (serial ports).

Could someone indicate me the patch name and where I can find it (I didn't in Sunsolve) ?

Thanks.
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Did you try 102845-02?
That is the only patch for 2.4 that has a synopsis having
anything to do with RTS, flow control or ZS8530
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