ProTERM 3.1 - Null Modem

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ProTERM 3.1 - Null Modem

Hi,

My ultimate goal is a bit different, but the issues I am having persist all the way down to the most basic level. ProTERM 3.1 is not properly receiving data from the serial port. I have it configured for SSC in Slot 2. Baud rate is 9600, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit. Using the Null modem driver, with a null modem cable.

I have it connected to the terminal program on my Tandy Model 102 configured the same way. The Tandy is receiving clearly all the characters sent from the Apple II, but the Apple II receives nothing from the 102.

However, using Modem.MGR everything works fine, and data goes both ways. Is there something I'm missing in ProTERM?

-Grimakis

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Turn on switch 2-6 on the SSC

Turn on switch 2-6 on the SSC to enable interrupts.

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Dog Cow wrote:Turn on switch

Dog Cow wrote:
Turn on switch 2-6 on the SSC to enable interrupts.

Thanks, I will test this later when I am by the machine.

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You were 100% correct. Thank

You were 100% correct. Thank you!

Edit:

One more thing. My Raspberry Pi does not recognize the arrows keys properly when sent from ProTERM.

Even when both are set up for VT100. This was not an issue in Modem.MGR either. Any ideas?

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For the prosperity of future

For the prosperity of future ProTerm users, I will post this.

In the manual(which evidently is worth reading), it mentions that using the arrow keys in VT100 emulation mode requires you to hold Option(open apple?) down. I confirmed that this does work. Anyone who has this issue in the future, take note.

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