Set the minimum number of characters that will satisfy a read until the time value has expired, when -icanon is set.
Set the number of tenths of a second before reads time out if the minimum number of characters have not been read, when -icanon is set.
Set the input speed to n.
Set the output speed to n.
Tell the tty kernel driver that the terminal has n rows. Non-POSIX.
Tell the kernel that the terminal has n columns. Non-POSIX.
Apply settings after first waiting for pending output to be transmitted.
This is enabled by default for GNU
It is useful to disable this option
in cases where the system may be in a state where serial transmission
is not possible.
For example, if the system has received the ‘DC3’ character
ixon (software flow control) enabled, then
-drain being specified.
May be negated. Non-POSIX.
Print the number of rows and columns that the kernel thinks the
terminal has. (Systems that don’t support rows and columns in the kernel
typically use the environment variables
instead; however, GNU
stty does not know anything about them.)
Use line discipline n. Non-POSIX.
Print the terminal speed.
Set the input and output speeds to n. n can be one of: 0
50 75 110 134 134.5 150 200 300 600 1200 1800 2400 4800 9600 19200
exta is the same as 19200;
extb is the same as 38400. Many systems, including GNU/Linux,
support higher speeds. The
stty command includes support
for speeds of
4000000 where the system supports these.
0 hangs up the line if -clocal is set.