How do I ...
erno at iki.fi
Tue Mar 14 08:26:02 CET 2000
>>>>> "Cesar" == Cesar Lopez <clopez at abo.fi> writes:
Cesar> How do I acces to the low-level of my system? I mean, for
Cesar> example, I want to access and configure the speed of my
Cesar> serial port using a Python program.
It depends on your platform, as the std python distribution doesn't
have platform specific serial io modules and accessing serial ports is
not defined by C.
If you happen to be using a unixish system, just opening
the serial port os.open() and using the termios module or stty(1)
Cesar> I've tried building an extension C function and the call it
Cesar> from Python, but doesn´t works.
You are doing it wrong then :) If you tell us how it fails to
work, people may be able to help.
PS. This is in the FAQ. You should look in there before posting,
so the newsgroup/mailing list doesn't get fooded with
repeated questions on the same topic.
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