Programming :: Inconsistency In Transferring Commands Over Serial Port?

Jun 10, 2009

I have been reading data(non-canonical input) off a serial port in a loop. The device I am connected to sends the data in a bursty manner and I have to read using the loop. The device sends some data when initially powered on which I am supposed to read. I can then send "commands" to the device over the serial port. The "command" is supposed to be "debug d 35 5 0"After I send the command there is some data that is sent back by the device to show that the command was successful. This command should elicit the right response from the device but it responds correctly some times while other times it does not. (when I try to write the consecutive commands) If I send two consecutive commands after reading the initial data and the command feedback I face some problems.

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Apr 15, 2010

can we use inb() and outb() functions for serial port programming ??

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Dec 21, 2010

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Other activities are sluggish when the monitoring program is running. I'd like to modify the app to be a little more intelligent, use a receive buffer and interrupts to trigger processing each packet and, most importantly, not poll in a tight loop waiting for data. I'm not sure where to start, but I'm convinced this isn't that complicated of a change. Is there a good resource that would explain the basics of reading data from serial port software buffers, triggering on interrupts and suspending or sleeping when no interrupt is pending?

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Mar 24, 2011

I'm attempting to write an application that needs to read and reply to messages that will appear via 3 different methods:

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3) TCPIP over Ethernet

The problem is that I'd like for the application to be able to receive packets from any and all of the three interfaces simultaneously. I shouldnt have much trouble with performing #1 and #3 at the same time, as I think I can just get a file descriptor from termios and another for a socket and then use select to wait for data. But #2 is problematic.

First I dont know how to set up a socket that uses PPP as the data link layer. And secondly, (here's the big one) this PPP data is coming over the same port that the serial data is. There's no chance for data collision, and I am guaranteed not to receive another packet until I respond to the last one (in the same protocol at that) but incoming packets may or may not be PPP/TCP/IP framed.

My app will act like the PPP client, so I was just thinking "somehow" that I could run a standard termios application on the serial port which would begin to interpret the packet. If its PPP framed then it would have to get passed to a PPP client, which would be listening to my application rather than a physical port. And I have no idea how to do that. Is there an API available that will help me with the PPP packets?

How hard would it be to write a device driver that simulates a serial port. The device can listen on a real serial port, interpret its contents to an extent, and then distribute the incoming data to multiple "virtual" serial ports, which the main application can then listen to for incoming traffic.

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Aug 24, 2010

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Aug 16, 2010

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Jun 1, 2010

I have been working on writing a small rs232 driver like minicom for months. I am almost there, I have the interrupt service routine running, I can read() ok. However when I write(), it returns the number of characters written, 1, but nothing is actually written out the port. I researched termios, and they say that serial port programming is really messy in linux/unix.

I am probably not setting up the port parameters correctly, or my write() function is not doing what it is supposed to. As I said, write() is returning successful. Other comm programs run ok (picocom & gtkterm) on my hardware. I am running knoppix/debian on an ancient computer. I saw other guys using slackware.

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Code:
unsigned char sResult;
main()
{
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{
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Code: Select allint open_port(int port_nr) {
    int fd; /* File descriptor for the port */
    switch (port_nr) {
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Code:
(MYNAME@MYCOMPUTER):~$ socat -d -d PTY: PTY:
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# int main()
{
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Jan 8, 2009

I bought a set of 3 laser sensors and it came with a software and its C++ source code for windows to receive the lasers info through the serial port. Since the entire project is running on Linux, I need to port the windows code to Linux. At the present moment, I already can receive the data from each of the 3 sensors, but the info is coming concatenated! Tracking down the original windows code, I found that it is probably happening cause I didn't ported these lines to my Linux version:

Code:

COMMTIMEOUTS CommTimeouts;
[...]
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Code:
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Code:

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int actual_module()
{ int k;
mm_segment_t oldfs;

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Aug 2, 2010

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My current settings is:

Code:
struct termios termios_p;
//ferme_port();
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Sep 22, 2009

I am writing a program to read and write to devices over my serial port. My program will need to connect to up to four other machines at once. I can connect to machines successfully, it works well. However, after I connect and disconnect once, attempting to connect again will cause the FIRST serial connection will fail and all the ones after it will pass.
e.g.

Code:
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fd[2]=connect("/dev/ttyS2");
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code....

That works as long as it is executed only once in the program. The second time it is executed, fd[0] will die and fd[1-3] will work normally.I can't figure out why this happens, but I found a workaround by connecting to "/dev/null" before any real serial ports.What should I do?

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Apr 11, 2009

I have connected a device to my linux system with a serial cable (rs232). The settings are: port /dev/ttyS0, baud rate=38400, data bits=8, stop bits=1, no parity, no hardware or software handshaking. I wrote a linux program that sends 1 byte to the device, but the device doesn't receive it. I know the serial ports are working because when I use the CuteCOM application to send data, the device DOES receive it, so obviously it is a problem with my code..

Code:

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Dec 28, 2010

I'm using the serial port of a device to communicate with a hardware. (that can assume some different configurations of baud rate, data bits, etc.) Well, I can obtain that configuration, but I'm not certain in how to apply them to the serial. I'm using the struct termios to do that. I did some search, and found how to configure the baud rate and data bits. I'm doing this:

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Code:
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