Xmodem on the uCsimm is waiting for you to start an Xmodem transfer on the
minicom end. Odds are you have an incorrect Xmodem command line set in
What you'll need to do is go into the minicom setup screen and make sure
that the Xmodem command listed within is correct. Change the command to the
correct one if necessary. For instance, some Linux systems set up Xmodem
as /usr/bin/rx and /usr/bin/sx for receive and send, respectively, while
others use /usr/bin/lrx and /usr/bin/lsx [like OpenLinux systems do]. Make
sure the correct command is configured within minicom.
With that done, run rx on the uCsimm, then initiate an Xmodem transfer on
the local end and all should be fine. You'll get a status window listing
what's happening with the transfer if all goes well.
On Mon, May 15, 2000 at 02:47:59PM +0000, sangstar wrote:
> Thank you all your kind help! Now I can use the minicom smoothly.
> For another question, I type rx in the promt for uploading, then it just
> appear a long string 'CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC' continuously. Is there anything
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