I did that - and the errormessage "NAK on sector" seems to be a xmodem message
"Juan José Peco San Martín" wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, you wrote:
> > I'm trying to upload my first image file to the ucsimm...
> > I successfully connected via ttyS0 and changed the speed to 115200
> > (minicom and bootloader)
> > Then I typed the rx command.
> > Then I started the xmodem upload (after changing the protocol entries to
> > use /usr/bin/sz -X) and then I always get the xmodem error "NAK on
> > sector".
> > Any help ?
> "man sz" shows:
> sb, sz - XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM file send
> We removed the link sx -> sz in /usr/bin, because there is
> another sx part of the nsgmls parser tools. So if you
> don't use nsgmls parser tools but like to have the origi
> nal sx command from the rzsz package, create the link
> > Achim Schlumpberger
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