SUMMARY: strange message on console

From: Pablo Ruiz (
Date: Fri Apr 19 1996 - 10:57:55 CDT

Thanks for all your tips:

Guy Cole <>
Petros Michalis <!>
Andrew Foote <>
Jens Fischer <>
Trupti Mander <>
David Procter <>
Alan Hill <>
Fedor Gnuchev <>

Here is the answer:

>zs0 (see man zs) is the serial port A (/dev/term/a).
>data is coming in on this port faster than the driver can handle it.
>Possibly mismatched port speeds ?

I have a serial printer connected to serial port A. The printer baud rate
is setup to handle 38400 bps, but the serial port was setup for 9600.

Now, how do I increase serial port A to handle 38400 bps. Do I need to
use /usr/sbin/eeprom utility or the lpadmin?

Pablo Ruiz E-mail:
University of South Florida Phone: (813) 974-3307
CS Dept. Tech Support Fax: (813) 974-5456

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