The 5 second sleep seems to be different. That only effects the first
letter on wakeup.
I tried Angstrom-Beagleboard-demo-image-glibc-ipk-2009.X-
stable-20090612--beagleboard.rootfs.tar.bz2 and it starts out with the
same problem. Max, what do you mean by reset command? "Reset
terminal" in putty just clears the screen, and I can't type "reset,"
as only the s shows up. If I do a system reboot using the reset
button, then the serial terminal seems to work fine. At least it has
twice in a row now. Thanks!
On Apr 4, 2:22 am, Koen Kooi <k...@beagleboard.org> wrote:
> Op 4 apr 2010, om 05:10 heeft IorekKatze het volgende geschreven:
> > Hi, I'm a new user trying to get set up for a Roomba project. Right
> > now I am connecting to theserialport on the beagleboard from an
> > RS-232 port on my host. Everything works when just booting the beagle
> > without an SD card. But if I load Angstrom (newest files for the
> > beagle demo from angstrom-distribution.org), everything prints fine up
> > to the login, then it gets weird. When I first type root, it always
> > shows up as ¹oot. I can delete it, and retype root <enter>, which is
> > when all the letters really go wrong. the prompt shows up as
> > "òïïô@båagìåbïaòdºþ# oot" and only these letters show up at all if I
> > enter them: "ab d gh k mn p s uv yz12 4 78 ". The rest are just
> > blank.
> That's a 'feature' of the omap cpuidle code:http://www.elinux.org/OMAP_Power_Management
> The uart goes to sleep after 5 seconds and will loose some bits on wakeup.
> > I can log into Angstrom via DVI monitor and USB hub, and the Angstrom
> > install seems fine.
> >SerialAngstrom login:
> > beagleboard login: ¹oot
> > òïïô@båagìåbïaòdºþ# oot
> > I've tried putty and teraterm with the same results. I managed to get
> > it to work once, but I have not been able to repeat. I haven't been
> > able to find anything on this site or any others aboutserialworking
> > until Angstrom logs in, so any assistance would be greatly
> > appreciated.
> > 115200
> > 8 bits
> > 1 stop
> > parity: none
> > flow ctrl: none
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