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|Name: setserial||Distribution: Red Hat Linux Biltmore|
|Version: 2.12||Vendor: Red Hat Software|
|Release: 1||Build date: Tue Jan 13 14:00:30 1998|
|Group: Utilities/System||Build host: spacely.redhat.com|
|Size: 39646||Source RPM: setserial-2.12-1.src.rpm|
|Packager: Red Hat Software <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Summary: Serial interface configuration program|
Setserial is a program which allows you to look at and change various attributes of a serial device, including its port, its IRQ, and other serial port options.
* Tue Jan 13 1998 Erik Troan <email@example.com> - backported to RH 4.2 * Thu Oct 23 1997 Donnie Barnes <firstname.lastname@example.org> - pulled into distribution - used setserial-2.12_CTI.tgz instead of setserial-2.12.tar.gz (former is all that sunsite has) - not sure what the difference is. * Thu Sep 25 1997 Christian 'Dr. Disk' Hechelmann <email@example.com> - added %attr's - added sanity check for RPM_BUILD_ROOT - setserial is now installed into /bin, where util-linux puts it and all startup scripts expect it.
/bin/setserial /usr/doc/setserial-2.12-1 /usr/doc/setserial-2.12-1/README /usr/man/man8/setserial.8
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