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2009\05\07@162743 by Harold Hallikainen

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I've used Br@y's terminal a lot over the years, but recently it seems to
be acting up. I've got two versions, and they both seem to operate
strangely under Windows XP. They seem to take forever to start up, if they
ever open a window. After the last time I tried, Firefox started acting
strangely, showing blank windows for most web pages.

So... has anyone else had issues like this with Br@ys Terminal?

I've got a long string of binary uart data at 104167bps I need to capture.
I've done it on my logic analyzer (Tech-Tools Digiview), but the string of
data is longer than the memory.

So, any other trouble with Br@ys terminal? Other ideas on capturing a long
binary string and saving it as hex?

THANKS!

Harold


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2009\05\07@165024 by Bob Axtell

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We've had good luck with an inexpensive program called COM7.6. Its about $30 USD
and responds to VT52 control codes. Captures data easily, too.

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2009\05\07@165051 by zipwize

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I suspected that Br@y's terminal might be a form of spyware (though my spyware detection does not find it). I disconnect my network cable when I bring it up and it's much faster. Also it seems faster if you have direct serial ports compared to USB ports with serial adaptors. Also disable handshaking, and DTR, RTS until you need them. Close it this way for the next time you bring it up.



Fred Bailey


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2009\05\07@165845 by Richard Prosser

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2009/5/8 Harold Hallikainen <.....haroldKILLspamspam@spam@hallikainen.org>:
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I haven't had any problems with it, But I'm mostly running under
Win2k. I do have it on an XP machine though and it's been working fine
there, although I don't use it on that machine all that often.

RP

2009\05\07@165849 by Robert Young

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> I've used Br@y's terminal a lot over the years, but recently it seems to
> be acting up. I've got two versions, and they both seem to operate
> strangely under Windows XP. They seem to take forever to start up, if they
> ever open a window. After the last time I tried, Firefox started acting
> strangely, showing blank windows for most web pages.
>
> So... has anyone else had issues like this with Br@ys Terminal?
>
> I've got a long string of binary uart data at 104167bps I need to capture.
> I've done it on my logic analyzer (Tech-Tools Digiview), but the string of
> data is longer than the memory.
>
> So, any other trouble with Br@ys terminal? Other ideas on capturing a long
> binary string and saving it as hex?
>
> THANKS!
>
> Harold

I've stopped using Br@y's term because I couldn't get it to reliably deal with virtual serial ports.  Realterm (http://realterm.sourceforge.net/) seem pretty good although sometimes a bit weird.  But the price is right.

Also been using "Free Serial Port Monitor" (http://www.serial-port-monitor.com/index.html) with some luck.

Windows XPpro, lots of RAM and latest service packs, etc installed.

Rob

2009\05\07@170430 by Richard Prosser

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The version I'm using (1.9b ) opens a telnet port. It could be you're
using the same version (or later) and this is causing the delay when a
network is connected. I actually find the telnet port quite useful &
haven't noticed startup delays.

RP

2009/5/8  <zipwizespamKILLspamcomcast.net>:
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> I suspected that Br@y's terminal might be a form of spyware (though my spyware detection does not find it). I disconnect my network cable when I bring it up and it's much faster. Also it seems faster if you have direct serial ports compared to USB ports with serial adaptors. Also disable handshaking, and DTR, RTS until you need them. Close it this way for the next time you bring it up.
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> Fred Bailey
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2009\05\07@171713 by alan smith

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Another choice...X-CTU from Maxstream.  Shows hex and ascii.


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2009\05\10@131739 by Harold Hallikainen

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> I've stopped using Br@y's term because I couldn't get it to reliably deal
> with virtual serial ports.  Realterm (http://realterm.sourceforge.net/)
> seem pretty good although sometimes a bit weird.  But the price is right.


Thanks for the info on RealTerm. I'm now using it, and it does exactly
what I need.

Harold



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