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I should have already posted the solution myself. It turns out the OSCLI command can do the copy it just needs to be set up a certain way. 1074 command$ = "sudo cp /boot/configLCDROT.txt /boot/config.txt" 1075 OSCLI "RUN " + command$ Setting it up like this seems to make it execute just like you had...
I know this seems too easy but I can not get the copy "cp" command to work with OSCLI. Does anyone have an example that works? Here's a small sample of what I tried that doesn't work PRINT "Start" INPUT k$ REM works - just to check if everything OK REM OSCLI "ldattach " + "-1 -8 -n -s 9600 0 /dev/se...
- Tue 18 Dec 2018, 21:17
- Forum: Communication & Input/Output
- Topic: Serial IO on Raspberry Pi with BBCSDL
- Replies: 2
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I have been working on serial communications on Raspberry Pi using BBCSDL and have made some progress. Seeing some other questions about this I wanted to post my results for others but am not certain if content and formatting are correct. I am looking for some feedback and will try to get this into ...