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=A MUX-aware readline-based terminal emulator=
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'''Mickeyterm''' is a MUX-aware readline-based terminal emulator. With mickeyterm you can interact with the modem while the frameworkd is talking to the modem as well. This is very handy for low-level diagnosis.
 
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With mickeyterm you can interact with the modem while the frameworkd is talking to the modem as well. This is very handy for low-level diagnosis.
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==Where to get==
 
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Use '''Ctrl-D''' at the beginning of a line to exit from mickeyterm.
 
Use '''Ctrl-D''' at the beginning of a line to exit from mickeyterm.
  
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Latest revision as of 12:11, 26 February 2010

Mickeyterm is a MUX-aware readline-based terminal emulator. With mickeyterm you can interact with the modem while the frameworkd is talking to the modem as well. This is very handy for low-level diagnosis.

[edit] Where to get

git.freesmartphone.org => python-helpers => mickeyterm

[edit] How to use

This is an example on issueing commands, for instance, the AT+CGMR one which will report the firmware version.

root@om-gta01:~# mickeyterm
<----------- Mickey's Term V2.9.1 @ /dev/pts/5 ----------->
at
AT-Command Interpreter ready
at+cgmr
at+cgmr
+CGMR: "HW: GTA, GSM: gsm_ac_gp_fd_pu_em_cph_ds_vc_cal35_ri_36_amd8_ts0-Moko9-beta1"

OK
at+cfun=1
at+cfun=1
OK
at+cpin?
at+cpin?
+CPIN: READY

OK

See Hardware:AT_Commands for the full list of available modem control commands.

[edit] How to exit

Use Ctrl-D at the beginning of a line to exit from mickeyterm.

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A MUX-aware readline-based terminal emulator

With mickeyterm you can interact with the modem while the frameworkd is talking to the modem as well. This is very handy for low-level diagnosis.

Where to get

git.freesmartphone.org => python-helpers => mickeyterm

How to use

This is an example on issueing commands, for instance, the AT+CGMR one which will report the firmware version.

root@om-gta01:~# mickeyterm
<----------- Mickey's Term V2.9.1 @ /dev/pts/5 ----------->
at
AT-Command Interpreter ready
at+cgmr
at+cgmr
+CGMR: "HW: GTA, GSM: gsm_ac_gp_fd_pu_em_cph_ds_vc_cal35_ri_36_amd8_ts0-Moko9-beta1"

OK
at+cfun=1
at+cfun=1
OK
at+cpin?
at+cpin?
+CPIN: READY

OK

See Hardware:AT_Commands for the full list of available modem control commands.

How to exit

Use Ctrl-D at the beginning of a line to exit from mickeyterm.