Linux 2.6-10.rc3 8xx kernel booting - how to set baud rate f or the serial driver ?
Alexander.Povolotsky at marconi.com
Sun Jan 16 22:13:17 EST 2005
I forgot to mention that my command line in .config is:
CONFIG_CMDLINE="console=ttyCPM0 panic=3 root=/dev/ram"
Could I specify the baud rate (just for kernel booting, not for
bootstrapping) in the command line ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Povolotsky, Alexander
> Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2005 5:59 AM
> To: 'linuxppc-dev at ozlabs.org'
> Subject: Linux 2.6-10.rc3 8xx kernel booting - how to set baud rate
> for the serial driver ?
> My bootloader uses 115200 baud rate for the serial output during boot
> Then, during Linux 2.6-10.rc3 8xx kernel booting - how to set certain
> baud rate for the serial driver ?
> When init_consoleI( ) is called - at what baud rate the 8xx serial driver
> is getting set ?
> Currently I am have:
> in my .config
> Is there a way to set (force) the baud rate in the .config (or by other
> means) to be in effect for the kernel booting ?
> Best Regards
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