|From:||Emiel Kollof <coolvibe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 1 Dec 2005 21:15:04 +0100|
Op donderdag 1 december 2005 15:07, schreef Bob Bagwill: > In _My Perfect Computer World_, every computer would be required to have a > Universal Console Port, which only spoke the Universal Console Port > Protocol. There would be only one physical connector design, the port > would always be hot-pluggable, no differing baud rates, parity, character > sets, terminal emulations, color maps, etc. It would have access to the > system at the firmware level. The standards would be rigidly enforced. Such a standard exists. It's called... (wait for it) RS-232, as long as everone sticks to 9k6-8-N-1 and uses vt100 terminal emulation. *ducks* [snip other good points ;) ] -- You worry too much about your job. Stop it. You are not paid enough to worry.
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