My Mickeyterm/Ctrl-z Headache
joerg at openmoko.org
Sun Nov 30 09:34:13 CET 2008
Ctrl-D is a shortcut for "exit" *only* when given at start of line.
Generally Ctrl-D is "ETX" what's exactly what I would expect for "end of SMS"
Am So 30. November 2008 schrieb VictorSigma:
> CTRL-D is to terminate out of mickeyterm and cant be used to signal out of
> Joachim Ott-2 wrote:
> > 2008/11/29 VictorSigma <victorsigma at gmail.com>
> >> I am using the FSO release. I have been able to ssh into the phone and
> >> with
> >> mickeyterm able to send AT commands to read and delete SMS messages. The
> >> problem is that when I try to send a SMS message you must hit CTRL-Z to
> >> signal the termination of the message. This is also the command to pause
> >> a
> >> command in FSO and it won't allow me terminate the message. Is there
> >> anyway
> >> to get around this? Has anyone been able to send a SMS message via shell
> >> using mickeyterm?
> > Are you sure that it's not Ctrl-d to signal termination? Ctrl-z was it in
> > good old msdos.
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