I have a micro-controller device that is sending newline-terminated strings through the USB-attached serial port and (so far) I'm using
minicom version 2.6 to read from
/dev/ttyACM0. I've setup the terminal application for line wrapping but I'd like it to go to the beginning of the next line when receiving a line feed character from my serial device. Can [and how does]
minicom do that?
EDIT: I've also tried ways known by me such as
stty /dev/ttyACM0 ...,inlcr and
screen /dev/ttyACM0 ...,inlcr, which I know have options to translate incoming new-line into carriage-return+line-feed (CR+LF) and none of these work either. I've tried other options as well (such as
ocrnl, in case my logic was wrong,
-nl), none work and I don't know why.
Ah, and I'm running Manjaro 16.06-rc1.