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sergensio(5) File Formats Manual sergensio(5)

NAME

sergensio - How to use a serial gensio

DESCRIPTION

A sergensio object is a type of gensio that provides serial port functions. It cannot be directly created, instead you create a gensio that has serial port capabilities and cast it using the gensio_to_sergensio() function.

A sergensio object may be a client, meaning that you can set serial port parameters for that gensio. This is what you would normally expect, and works for all serial port types.

A sergensio object may also be a server, meaning that it can receive requests from the remote end to set serial port parameters. Currently only the telnet gensio has server capability, so a remote end may request that serial port parameters be set.

USING A CLIENT SERGENSIO

ASYNCHRONOUS EVENTS

USING A SERVER SERGENSIO

ASYNCHRONOUS EVENTS

SEE ALSO

gensio(5), sergensio_to_gensio(3), gensio_to_sergensio(3), sergensio_get_user_data(3), sergensio_is_client(3), sergensio_baud(3), sergensio_datasize(3), sergensio_parity(3), sergensio_stopbits(3), sergensio_flowcontrol(3), sergensio_iflowonctrol(3), sergensio_sbreak(3), sergensio_dtr(3), sergensio_rts(3), sergensio_signature(3), sergensio_linestate(3), sergensio_modemstate(3), sergensio_flowcontrol_state(3), sergensio_flush(3), sergensio_send_break(3), sergensio_b_alloc(3), sergensio_b_free(3), sergensio_baud_b(3), sergensio_datasize_b(3) sergensio_parity_b(3), sergensio_stopbits_b(3), sergensio_flowcontrol_b(3), sergensio_iflowonctrol_b(3), sergensio_sbreak_b(3), sergensio_dtr_b(3), sergensio_rts_b(3), gensio_event(3), sergensio_event(3)

KNOWN PROBLEMS

None.

AUTHOR

Corey Minyard <minyard@acm.org>
07/24/20 Handling a serial gensio