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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #17239, comment 2


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11/10/2017 11:52:55 AM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #17239, comment 2

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    11Replying to [comment:1 vushakov]: 
    22> Do you miss data in the guest, on the host or in both directions? 
    3 > In the guest. 
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     4In the guest. 
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    46> This might be the same regression as in #17093 but you say you see it with 5.1.18.   Do I understand correctly that you see it with 5.1.18 on Windows 10, but not with 5.1.18 on Windows 7? 
    5 > Yes, I see it with 5.1.18 on Windows 10, but not with 5.1.18 on Windows 7.  
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     8Yes, I see it with 5.1.18 on Windows 10, but not with 5.1.18 on Windows 7.  
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    610> Can you try the tests from #17093 to see if you are seeing the same problem? 
    7 I think that the problem is different, because in my case, the communication in the guest is stablished with the only problem that randomly some serial characters are missed. 
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     12I think that the problem is different, because in my case, the communication in the guest is established with the only problem that randomly some serial characters are missed. 
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    914The serial communication is started from within the guest [Ubuntu 14.04] by using /dev/ttyS0 (physical RS232 port of my PC) from a Linux terminal. The communication works fine although randomly some characters are missed. All the communication process is taking place in the guest (in order to obtain debug traces).  

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