[time-nuts] Telling UT+ to shut up...

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Apr 25 18:29:45 EDT 2005

In message <426D6E98.90603 at febo.com>, John Ackermann N8UR writes:
>Is there a way to tell a Motorola UT+ that is outputting some unknown
>set of messages in binary format to stop all output?  I don't want to do
>a complete reset, just have the output messages stop so I can start my
>own polling from a known state.
>I don't see any indication in the command reference of a way to do this,
>but I suspect there must be.

Most of the automatic commands can be shut up by giving a rate of zero
in the command that controls them.

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