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Posted on 20-06-27, 07:31
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In which I try to use MAME's VT102 emulation as a real Linux terminal emulator.

The ending of the words is ALMSIVI.
Posted on 20-06-27, 09:51
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In which I nerdsnipe Screwtape and take control of his free time for a week with my idle contemplation.

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Posted on 20-06-28, 07:34
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It's true. :/

The ending of the words is ALMSIVI.
Posted on 20-06-28, 09:36
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In seriousness, I'm glad you did it. I WAS highly curious if it'd work, but had no real idea where to start.

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Posted on 20-06-30, 09:05
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I also mentioned it in Freenode's #mame, and one of the regulars there mentioned they had already implemented XON/XOFF flow control inside MAME! Unfortunately, it's only in the latest version 222, not the 221 that's in Debian, and it's only for the "null_modem" RS232 back-end, not the PTY back-end. So you can use it to connect to a TCP socket (if you want to run a shell executing arbitrary commands from a network socket) but that's about it.

The ending of the words is ALMSIVI.
Posted on 20-06-30, 10:01
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That is definitely something!

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