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use of Terminal Emulator II [message #79213] Sun, 02 June 2013 23:14 Go to previous message
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Date: Wed, 6-Feb-85 19:15:29 EST
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Posted: Wed Feb  6 19:15:29 1985
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   I am having trouble getting Terminal Emulator II to work.  I have a terminal
that is set with no parity, 1 stop bit, and 8 data bits.  I set the TE-II
with no parity, but the others I can't choose.  Even so, I should at least
get some garbage sent, but I am not able to send or receive anything (the
transmit light on the modem doesn't light when I type something).  I am able
to send to and receive from the terminal in BASIC when I connect it to the
RS232 card, but if I connect the modem instead, again I get no response.
Any suggestions?
   Thanks in advance.

						Steve Karasek
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Steven Karasek				sfk@wucs.UUCP 
Box 1045 Washington University		(ihnp4!wucs!sfk)
St. Louis, MO 63130   USA		(314)-889-5098
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Steven Karasek				sfk@wucs.UUCP 
Box 1045 Washington University		(ihnp4!wucs!sfk)
St. Louis, MO 63130   USA		(314)-889-5098
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