setserial 2.17-50 source package in Ubuntu


setserial (2.17-50) unstable; urgency=medium

  * ack NMU, thanks to Martin Pitt and Christian Hofstaedtler for
    taking care of this
  * debian/control: add dependency to lsb-base (Closes: #850762)
  * debian/postrm: take care of old files (Closes: #830887)

 -- Thorsten Alteholz <email address hidden>  Sun, 22 Jan 2017 15:39:00 +0100

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Cosmic release on 2018-05-01 main comm
Bionic release on 2017-10-24 main comm
Artful release on 2017-04-20 main comm


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setserial_2.17-50.dsc 1.8 KiB d8117c2b3c33e8723882f79c5478631f0e2278e7926a10684b3b926c879bd7ae
setserial_2.17.orig.tar.gz 51.2 KiB 7e4487d320ac31558563424189435d396ddf77953bb23111a17a3d1487b5794a
setserial_2.17-50.debian.tar.xz 53.7 KiB 93e647c350e769996a7cf4e561618f181c8700d503227752e6066d69a81a32e5

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setserial: controls configuration of serial ports

 Set and/or report the configuration information associated with
 a serial port. This information includes what I/O port and which IRQ
 a particular serial port is using.
 This version has a completely new approach to configuration, so if you
 have a setup other than the standard ttyS0 and 1, you will have to get
 your hands dirty.
 By default, only COM1-4 are configured by the kernel, using IRQ 3 and 4.
 If you have other serial ports (such as an AST Fourport card), or
 if you have mapped the IRQs differently (perhaps COM3 and 4 to other
 IRQs to allow concurrent access with COM1 and 2) then you must have this

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