Does anyone familiar enough with UQLX sources/Linux drivers know if it is possible to change the number of stop bits to 2 for device configured for SER?
The PL2303 chip I'm using for /dev/ttyUSB0 supports 2 stop bits (so does CH341). The setting works in Minicom.
Better still, add parameter to extended format: SERnpht_b (number/parity/handshake/translation/baud)
I have a device which only works at fixed 9600 baud with 2 stop bits (like QL outputs). It would be useful to control it from UQLX likewise.
Discussion and advice about emulating the QL on other machines.
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