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NAME

       minicom -

 SYNOPSIS
       minicom [-somMlwz8] [-c on|off] [-S script] [-d entry]
               [-a on|off] [-t term] [-p pty] [-C capturefile] [configuration]

       minicom  TELIX Unix  UUCP lock

 COMMAND-LINE
       -s    root /etc/minirc.dfl minicom  minicomminicom

       -o   minicom  (reset)  minicom(session)  (  modem  is locked ---- )lock
            uucp......  modem

       -m   MetaAlt1.80minicom MetaAlt Ctrl-AMetaAlt MinicomMetaESC( )

       -M   "-m"Meta(128+)

       -z   termcapterminfo

       -l     minicomIBMASCII PC-Unix(Linux CoherentSco)

       -w   Turns linewrap on at startup by default.

       -a    televideo () minicom`-a on'

            (!)`-a off'`on'`off'

       -t     TERM MINICOM  termcap minicom raw  `-f'IBM

       -c    (Linux)ANSItermcap minicom off`-c on'`-m'MINICOM

       -S    `-d' `-d'

       -d   Dial an entry from the  dialing  directory  on  startup.  You  can
            specify  an  index number, but also a substring of the name of the
            entry. If you specify a name that  has  multiple  entries  in  the
            directory,  they  are all tagged for dialing. You can also specify
            multiple names or index numbers by separating  them  with  commas.
            The  dialing  will  start from the first entry specified after all
            other program initialization procedures are completed.

       -p    tty : (/dev/)tty[p-z][0-f]

       -C

       -8   8""/ /8(TMD !!)8()


            minicom MINICOM----
                 MINICOM='-m -c on'
                 export MINICOM
            minicomminicom MeatAlt (.profile)MINICOM `minicom -c off',

            The          minicom"minirc.dfl"     minicom"minirc.configuration"
            tty1tty64sio2 ".minirc.dfl"home

 USE
       MinicomCtrl-A (C-A Ctrl-A),(a-zA-Z)C-A'z' minicom(-s C-AO) Ctrl-A

       UP     arrow-up  'k'
       DOWN   arrow-down  'j'
       LEFT   arrow-left  'h'
       RIGHT  arrow-right  'l'
       CHOOSE Enter
       CANCEL ESCape.

       24 ANSIVT100 C-A  termcap -k

       C-A  C-AC-A"" C-A
       A    "Add Linefeed"on/offon linefeed
       B    (scroll back)udb fsS() Nc Enter'>'
       C
       D
       E    on/off (minicom)
       F    breakmodem
       G    (Go)
       H
       I    ( )
       J    shell(redrawn)
       K    kermit,
       L
       M    modemonlineDCDonmodem
       O    minicom
       P    bps
       Q    modemminicommacrossave
       R    ()filename Filenames and Paths
       S    ( File Transfer Protocols) j/k EnterESC
       T    ANSI()VT100
       W    linewrapon/off
       X    minicommodemmacros save
       Z    help

 DIALING DIRECTORY
       Ctrl-AD  "dial"  modemESC  home".dialdir"  PageUpPageDown Ctrl-B()Ctrl-
       F()minicom `>'

       "edit"
       A - Name
       B - Number

       C - Dial string #
                 Modem and dialing()
       D - Local echo
                 onoffminicom
       E - Script
                 (runscript)
       F - Username
                 runscript"$LOGIN"
       G - Password
                 "$PASS"
       H - Terminal Emulation
                 ANSIVT100
       I - Backspace key sends
                 (BackspaceDelete)
       J - Linewrap
                 onoff
       K - Line settings
                 bps (modem)
       L - Conversion table
                 login
       edit

       The moVe command lets you move the highlighted entry up or down in  the
       dialing  directory  with  the  up/down  arrow keys or the k and j keys.
       Press Enter or ESC to end moving the entry.

 CONFIGURATION
       Ctrl-AOsetup root(*)

       Filenames and paths

         A - Download directory

         B - Upload directory

         C - Script directory
              login
         D - Script program
              "runscript"(: /bin/sh  "expect")StdinStdoutmodemStderr
              '/'home
         E - Kermit program
              kermit`%1' `%b'
         F - Logging options
              Options to configure the logfile writing.

              A - File name
                   Here you can enter the name of the logfile. The  file  will
                   be written in your home directory, and the default value is
                   "minicom.log".  If you  blank  the  name,  all  logging  is
                   turned off.

              B - Log connects and hangups
                   This  option  defines whether or not the logfile is written
                   when the remote end answers the call or hangs up.  Or  when
                   you  give  the  hangup  command  yourself  or leave minicom
                   without hangup while online.

              C - Log file transfers
                   Do you want log entries of receiving and sending files.
         The 'log' command in the scripts is not affected by logging options B
         and  C.   It is always executed, if you just have the name of the log
         file defined.

       File Transfer Protocols
         Ctrl-As/r"Name"  "Program""Name"   "U/D"   "upload/download""Fullscr"
         mincom "IO-Red" minicom iomodem"Multi" szrzIO-Red cursesrzstdinstdout
         UIDUID=rootkermit '%l'  '%b' file and directory

        erial port setup
         *A -   /dev/tty1   /dev/ttfS1Linux  /dev/cua<n>  2.2.x   /dev/ttyS<n>
              /dev/modem
              modem minicommodem ....
         *B - Lock
               /usr/spool/uucpLinuxvar/lock minicomlock
         *C - Callin program
              uugettymodem cqdialin/dialoutdialin
         *D - Callout program
              dialout
         E - Bps/Par/Bits

         locking modemlinegetty B - D ID "root"( 0 )callincallout

       Modem and Dialing
         modemgenericHayes modemsHayes:-) `^'`^^'`^'`' `\'modem minicom
         M - Dial time
              minicom
         N - Delay before redial
              minicom
         O - Number of tries
              minicom
         P - Drop DTR time
              0minicomHayeshanup0 DTR lineDTR
         Q - Auto bps detect
              onminicommodem modem
         R - Modem has DCD line
              modemDCD  line("") minicom When you have this option on, minicom
              will also NOT start dialing while you are already online.
         S - Status line shows DTE speed / line speed
              DTEminicommodem modemmodem modemmodem modem0
         T - Multi-line untag
              You can toggle the feature to untag  entries  from  the  dialing
              directory  when a connection is established to a multi-line BBS.
              All the tagged entries that have the same name are untagged.

       Screen and keyboard
         A - Command key is
              `Alt'`Meta'Alt-keyHotKey-key
         B - Backspace key sends
              VT100DELBSon!
         C - Status line is
              X-terminals""
         D - Alarm sound
              minicom/
         E - Foreground Color (menu)
              minicom
         F - Background Color (menu)
              minicomminicom/
         G - Foreground Color (term)

         H - Background Color (term)
              minicom/
         I - Foreground Color (stat)

         J - Background Color (stat)
              minicom/
         K - History buffer size

         L - Macros file
              macrosmacros minicomF1F10256 Enter minicom  macro :-)
         M - Edit Macros
              F1F10
         N - Macros enabled
              /macroF1-F10VT100/VT200
         O - Character conversion
              0,

              Edit Macros
                 F1F10`^'      `^^'`^'`^~'1      ftptelnetlogin      `'`'macro
                 `\'macro(F10) macroHomeEndDelBackSpace ESCESC

              Character conversion
                  ASCIIASCII 127

              A - Load table
                    .mciso.mcpc8.mcsf7.mciso .mcpc88pc.mcsf7 7 7  {|}[]

              B - Save table

              C - edit char
                   ()

              D -

              E -  ()

              F - convert capture

       Save setup as dfl
         dfl

       Save setup as..
         minicomroot

       Exit
         ESC

       Exit from minicom
         root ----  minicom `-s'minicom

 STATUS LINE
       APPNOR VT100 minicomvi Ctrl-AI termcap

 LOCALES
       minicomLANG 19987

 SECURITY ISSUES
       minicomroot "minicom.users"

            <username> <configuration> [configuration...]

       `miquels'"minicom.users"

            miquels dfl

       minicom

 MISC
         minicom   SIGTERM   killkill -15 sigterm"kill  minicom  "! killall -9
       minicom"kill minicom -9minicom

       ESCESC[AminicomESCESC

       minicomV1.2ESC

       1.31viselect() 0.5....Linux hack :-) minicomESC wkeys.c

 FILES
       minicom/var/lib/minicom,       /usr/local/etc/etcminicom       "minicom
       -h"runscript(1)demo,  and  the  examples of character conversion tables
       either  there  or  in  the  subdirectories  of  /usr/doc/minicom*.  The
       conversion  tables are named something like mc.* in that directory, but
       you probably want to copy the ones you need in your home  directory  as
       something beginning with a dot.

       minicom.users
       minirc.*
       $HOME/.minirc.*
       $HOME/.dialdir
       $HOME/minicom.log
       /usr/share/locale/*/LC_MESSAGES/minicom.mo

 VERSION
       Minicom is now up to version 2.00.0.

 AUTHOR S
       minicom    Miquel   van  Smoorenburg  (miquels@cistron.nl).   He  wrote
       versions up to 1.75.
       Jukka Lahtinen (walker@clinet.fi, walker@megabaud.fi) 1.78
       filipg@paranoia.com V1.79
       Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo (acme@conectiva.com.br)
       Jim Seymour (jseymour@jimsun.LinxNet.com) modemV1.80
       Tomohiro Kubota (kubota@debian.or.jp)
       Gael Queri (gqueri@mail.dotcom.fr)
       Arkadiusz Miskiewicz (misiek@pld.org.pl) wrote the Polish translations.
       Kim Soyoung (nexti@chollian.net) wrote the Korean translations.

       man pageminicomREADMEMichael K.Johnson (johnsonm@stolaf.edu)

       Jukka Lahtinen (walker@clinet.fi) 1.75

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       2000.2.28

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