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#1 moshbear

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 10:56 AM

What's the default UART setting on the 360? I've looked at both the xell-reloaded (2 stage) and libxenon source code and the only speed-setting I see is 38400/N/8/1 for cygnos configurations.

When I use 115200/N/8/1 or even 9600/N/8/1, I get no output in PuTTY when using aforementioned UART settings (flow control = none; parity = none).

I'm trying to use xell-reloaded's debug output to see what it prints, but without a working serial, it's somewhat pointless, and I lack an oscilloscope for probing the Tx/Rx pins to estimate a line speed.

Boot method is RGH.

Half an hour of googling hasn't helped me.

Edited by moshbear, 10 April 2012 - 11:15 AM.


#2 ravendrow

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Posted 06 September 2012 - 01:23 AM

QUOTE(moshbear @ Apr 10 2012, 02:56 AM) View Post

What's the default UART setting on the 360? I've looked at both the xell-reloaded (2 stage) and libxenon source code and the only speed-setting I see is 38400/N/8/1 for cygnos configurations.

When I use 115200/N/8/1 or even 9600/N/8/1, I get no output in PuTTY when using aforementioned UART settings (flow control = none; parity = none).

I'm trying to use xell-reloaded's debug output to see what it prints, but without a working serial, it's somewhat pointless, and I lack an oscilloscope for probing the Tx/Rx pins to estimate a line speed.

Boot method is RGH.

Half an hour of googling hasn't helped me.



have you tried reversing RX and TX? i know on mine that is what it took to get it going




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