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From: "David Somerton" <>
To: <>
Subject: posting requests for help
Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 01:55:00 -0000	[thread overview]
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  where i work eCos is used.
  there is now nobody left from the original people who chose this OS.
  we may not subscribe to mailing lists.
  i read the faq on sending to the list without subscribing, but could
not understand it at all.
  i only want to ask a question, why do you make it so difficult.
  not everybody is a ecos or linux genius.

  the question, in case you feel like posting it for me is

ASSERT FAIL: <19>serial.c[1128]serial_data_xmt_req() Attempting new
block transfer while another is running
ASSERT FAIL: <19>serial.c            [1128] serial_data_xmt_req()
Attempting new block transfer while another is running

  this happens when enabling rts/cts handshaking.

  I have tried looking at the source for serial.c, but i cannot
comprehend it.
  It seems extremly complex for a serial driver.

  Any comment will be appreciated.



David Somerton
Research & Development	
Phone: +61 8 6240 0043	
Fax: +61 8 6240 0001	

             reply	other threads:[~2006-05-23  1:55 UTC|newest]

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2006-05-23  1:55 David Somerton [this message]
2006-05-23 11:34 ` Jonathan Larmour

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