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learn:programmable-logic:tutorials:tera-term:using:linux [2018/08/09 23:47]
jon peyron
learn:programmable-logic:tutorials:tera-term:using:linux [2018/08/13 18:45] (current)
James Colvin minor typos such as spacing
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-Open PuTTY SSH Client. It is the same interface as in Windows.+Open PuTTY SSH Client. It is the same interface as on a Windows ​OS.
 ===1.Session=== ===1.Session===
 ==Serial Connections== ==Serial Connections==
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 ===2.TERMINAL OPTIONS=== ===2.TERMINAL OPTIONS===
 The options in this category influence terminal emulation and keyboard mappings. ​ The options in this category influence terminal emulation and keyboard mappings. ​
-**local echo** ​allow what is being typed into the PuTTy Terminal to be visible. ​+The **local echo** ​option allows ​what is being typed into the PuTTy Terminal to be visible. ​
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 ===3.CONNECTION OPTIONS=== ===3.CONNECTION OPTIONS===
-The Serial Setup page is used to configuring the Serial line,​Speed(Baud),​Data bits,​Parity,​Stop bits and Flow control in the terminal Emulator to match the Digilent boards Serial setup. Typically the Data, Parity, and are left at default setting.+The Serial Setup page is used to configuring the Serial line, Speed (Baud), Data bits, Parity, Stop bits and Flow control in the terminal Emulator to match the Digilent boards Serial setup. Typically the Data, Parity, and are left at default setting.
  
   * **Serial line** refers to a serial port. Serial ports are used to communicate to through UART to embedded systems. ​   * **Serial line** refers to a serial port. Serial ports are used to communicate to through UART to embedded systems. ​