HIP:PMP:Minicom

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=== PMP Settings for Output with minicom ===
=== PMP Settings for Output with minicom ===
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# Turn off PMP
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1. Turn off PMP
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# Connect COM2 of PMP to COM1 of linux machine where minicom is installed
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2. Connect COM2 of PMP to COM1 of linux machine where minicom is installed
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# Put on jumpers 2 and 4 on the PMP
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3. Put on jumpers 2 and 4 on the PMP
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* Jumper 2 enables output to COM2 of PMP
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* Jumper 2 enables output to COM2 of PMP
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* Jumper 4 makes output to be readable with minicom
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* Jumper 4 makes output to be readable with minicom
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# Run minicom
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4. Run minicom
~$ sudo minicom
~$ sudo minicom
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# Boot PMP
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5. Boot PMP
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* minicom should change from offline to online, if the connection is established
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* minicom should change from offline to online, if the connection is established
  CTRL-A Z for help |  115200 8N1 | NOR | Minicom 2.00.0 | VT102 |      Offline
  CTRL-A Z for help |  115200 8N1 | NOR | Minicom 2.00.0 | VT102 |      Offline
  CTRL-A Z for help |  115200 8N1 | NOR | Minicom 2.00.0 | VT102 |      Online
  CTRL-A Z for help |  115200 8N1 | NOR | Minicom 2.00.0 | VT102 |      Online
  * minicom will also display the PMP's output, which will looke like this...
  * minicom will also display the PMP's output, which will looke like this...

Revision as of 16:29, 10 July 2006

Installing minicom

Alex / Colin will fill this one...

Configuring Minicom for PMP

~$ sudo minicom

If minicom was correctly installed, you shoud see something like this...

Welcome to minicom 2.00.0
OPTIONS: History Buffer, F-key Macros, Search History Buffer, I18n 
Compiled on Jan 25 2003, 00:15:18.
Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys
  1. Press CTRL-A O for 'configurations'
  2. Select 'serial port setup' on the menu
  3. Set A 'serial device' to /dev/ttyS0
  4. Set E 'Bps/Par/Bits' to 115200 8N1
  5. Press Esc and 'save setup as dfl'
  6. Exit minicom

PMP Settings for Output with minicom

1. Turn off PMP 2. Connect COM2 of PMP to COM1 of linux machine where minicom is installed 3. Put on jumpers 2 and 4 on the PMP

4. Run minicom ~$ sudo minicom 5. Boot PMP

CTRL-A Z for help |  115200 8N1 | NOR | Minicom 2.00.0 | VT102 |      Offline
CTRL-A Z for help |  115200 8N1 | NOR | Minicom 2.00.0 | VT102 |      Online
* minicom will also display the PMP's output, which will looke like this...
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