M7800 setup - need help
fireflyst at earthlink.net
Wed Jun 28 13:05:18 CDT 2006
I figured it out, it's in a stupid spot in the printset.
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> [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Bill Pechter
> Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2006 12:40 PM
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> Subject: Re: M7800 setup - need help
> If my memory is correct the baud rate is from a pair of hex
> rotary switches at S1 and S2,
> The DL11 could be strapped for various configurations... The
> difference between it and a DL11W is IIRC they have modem
> control possible and they don't have the 60HZ Line Clock on the board.
> The printset and docs have all the goodies.
> On 6/27/06, Wolfe, Julian <ISC277 at clcillinois.edu> wrote:
> > Well, I got my 11/34 working, it comes up to a console and it all
> > works great.
> > I have a second M7800 card but I'm not real sure how to
> configure the
> > address and interrupt vectors on the card. I did figure out that:
> > A. I have the 4.608 mhz crystal, allowing me to do 9600
> baud with it.
> > B. I removed the two caps that were in place according to
> the manual
> > "FOR 110 and 150 BAUD ONLY"
> > C. How to set the 9600 baud rate for both send and receive
> D. How to
> > set 1 stop bit, no parity, and 8 data bits.
> > So I'm good to go with it except for two problems:
> > 1. When it is put in to replace the DL11-W (which would be
> much easier
> > to reconfigure later, what with its switches), it causes
> the machine
> > to halt at
> > 173524 on powerup (this also happened before I removed the
> two caps,
> > so it's not that).
> > I just want to set this thing up as the serial console, for
> 9600, N/8/1.
> > Can someone help me out?
> > Thanks
> > Julian
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