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Old 06-01-2012, 12:07 PM
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An MS-DOS Telix serial communication program "workalike"

http://www.freshports.org/comms/minicom/
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I just created a module for this program. It will appear in the AppCafe once the PBI builds and is approved.
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I will need your help testing this one (if possible).
The PBI's for minicom available on the build servers[1] appear to work except that it is looking for a device attached to my system which I do not have, resulting in the program closing.
The full error is:
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/usr/pbi/minicom-i386/.sbin> ./minicom
minicom: cannot open /dev/cuau0: No such file or directory
If you happen to have the proper device and could test the PBI's for me, I would appreciate it. Just let me know the result here and if it works for you I will go ahead and approve the PBI's.

[1] http://pbibuild.pcbsd.org (32-bit)
http://pbibuild64.pcbsd.org (64-bit)
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