This will greatly enhance the usefulness of QEMU virtual serial ports, because the Linux kernel interprets a break on the serial console as a SysRq, but there is currently no way to pass this signal over a pseudo-terminal.

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  • Comments

    • rmax
      over 7 years ago by rmax | Reply

      While being there, it might also make sense to transport things like baud rate settings and control/status lines across pseudo-terminals, because that would e.g. allow to transparently extend serial lines across the internet.

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