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Two port PCI serial card. One port can only set baud rate once

I have a new PCI serial card, being used on a Ubuntu 14.04 box. It's serial ports show up as /dev/ttyS4 and /dev/ttyS5. $ dmesg | grep ttyS [ 0.732690] 00:03: ttyS0 at I/O 0x3f8 (irq = 4, ...
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Agetty terminating during login on serial connection

I'm trying to login to a server through the serial port using agetty. When I start agetty and open the serial connection, I see the login prompt but as soon as I enter the username (in my case root), ...
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Powervault MD circular console cable

We have two Powervault MD SAS devices, the specific model eludes me as these are remote and not accessible to me and anyone on-site doesn't have the capability to locate a service tag/serial or model ...
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How to fix customer display pole that displays garbage?

I have an Openbravo POS workstation with a customer display pole. The pole is VFD-860. When I click on the products on the Sales page of Openbravo, the display responds but displays garbage: When I ...
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Serial connection over a single USB cable (Windows to linux, or linux to linux)

I'm helping out with a project for an embedded device that only has USB and no serial. This device is running Linux. These days, when we need to connect to a serial port on a device we typically use ...
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Logging Serial port Data

Unless I'm missing something, there appears to be no simple way in *NIX to read from a serial port directly into a file I had imagined something as simple as cat /dev/ttyX > file but apparently ...