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How do I configure my (ditty-rp) port settings to stay after rebooting when using RealPort in Linux.

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How do I configure my (ditty-rp) port settings to stay after rebooting when using RealPort in Linux.

In Linux the ditty settings are "sticky" until overwritten or the system is rebooted.

For port configuration on the Linux host, there is a file you can create to issue the ditty commands at startup. Simply create and add your ditty commands to:

/usr/bin/dgrp/config/ditty.commands

For example: vi /usr/bin/dgrp/config/ditty.commands

ditty-rp ctspace rtspace -ixon -ixoff -ixany 38400 ttyx##

Where ttyx## refers to the actual tty device name on your system.

This will result in hardware flow control and a baud rate setting of 38400 on boot up.


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