Connecting SIMH to teletype via USB
charlesmorris800 at centurytel.net
Fri Sep 13 18:46:39 CDT 2019
Update: got my SIMH (set console telnet:23) talking to PuTTY in another
window, via Telnet 127.0.0.1:23.
So it is possible ;)
Now it's time to hook up the actual TTY to the USB-current loop card and see
From: J. David Bryan
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2019 6:23 PM
To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts
Subject: Re: Connecting SIMH to teletype via USB
On Friday, September 13, 2019 at 15:42, Charles via cctalk wrote:
> I could use a hint... I have a USB to current-loop (Volpe) interface
> board, and Windows 7 on my laptop does recognize it as COM4 at 110
> baud. So far so good. No problem hooking it up to my ASR-33 Teletype.
> Now I'd really like to figure out how to set SIMH to use the 33 as the
> console, so the TTY will be attached to the virtual PDP-8.
Section 3.14, "Console Options" of the "SIMH Users' Guide V4.0" suggests
set console serial=com4;110-8n2
...should work (though you might need "7e2" or "7o2" instead, depending on
how your Teletype is set up).
> Anything that starts with "set console..." gives a "no settable
> parameters" error.
Does the above also give this error?
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