The puzzle I am trying to solve for is where larger outputs of text eventually fall apart into scrambled text.
For context I am working on an older machine (EPSON PX-8) connected to Pi3 over RS232 using terminal emulation software on the PX-8 called TEL
TEL Settings - Baud: 9600, Char Bits: 8, Parity: NONE, Stop Bits: 2, RTS: ON, Flow Control: ON
Initially I had observed this issue between the PX-8 and Pi3. I was able to resolve it by enabling flow control for XON/XOFF signaling. However, when I attempt to telnet or ssh to another Linux host from the Pi3 is where I get scrambled text again when attempting to output larger blocks of text.
The text output below is an example of what happens when I attempt to print my command history.
1 sudo rasp-config 2 sudo raspi-config 3 sudo nano /boot/cmdline.txt 4 tail /boot/cmdline.txt 5 sudo shutdown -r now 6 sudo vim ~/boot/cmdline.txt 7 cd /./boot 8 dir 9 sudo vim cmdline.txt 10 sudo vim config.txt 11 sudo shutdown -r now 12 dfgdf 13 vim 14 sudo vim cmdline.txt 15 cd /./boot 16 sudo vim cmdline.txt 17 sudo shutdown -r now 18 cd /./boot 19 sudo vim cmdline.txt 20 sudo shutdown -r now 21 ping 18.104.22.168 2 xprt TEM=Vvj9s9ds9j3oin so nat1 machine x Rom =vos cngas-2goses9g3 -xtiet n n5 -s oiy y