Re: Lisa Serial Port?

From: Ray Arachelian <ray_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2007 09:54:33 -0500

Nama wrote:
> Thanks again James.
> I seemed to have got it working. The only problem I see when
> connecting the the Lisa to Zterm in OSX is that the Lisa doesn't seem
> to do 'returns', and all the type continues to appear on the first
> line on the lisa terminal window. Maybe it's a setting that I havn't
> found yet?

Well, it does, but the problem is that neither OS X, nor the Lisa run a BBS, or such. So there should be some setting about an automatic Line Feed after a Carriage Return. Line Feed is Control-J. You might want to also turn on autoecho or such if you're going terminal to terminal.

So how did you setup your serial port on OS X? Are you running a terminal program there, or did you launch a getty/login program on OS X? (Sorry, I don't know how to do that on OS X, which is sort of why I asked. :-) - ok, ok, I'll just go and google it, I'm sure it's as easy as under FreeBSD.

If you do the latter, you'll get a shell and you can run stuff on OS X from the Lisa. If you compile lrzsz on OS X, or equivalent, you can send stuff across using Zmodem.

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