Hello everyone, first time posting here.
I’ve read pretty much every topic on this issue, so I’m posting to get specific info on this topic.
I’m using Jetson Nano with a carrier board from a vendor called Auvidea and it’s interfaced via UART connector to STM32 MCU for communication purposes. Everything was fine on one of their earlier version boards since I had access to ttyTHS1 port that was tunnelled from Jetson to UART connector on the carrier board through on-board STM32 MCU.
Since they’ve updated their carrier board design (no revision notes whatsoever, and the customer support is zero) I only have access to ttyS0 port (the same connector I used before) that’s reserved for serial console and login info input and it’s working fine once the serial console does it’s thing and I login (of course, I had to change my Nano firmware to read from ttyS0), but that’s really not an option since it would require a modification of the external STM32 MCU firmware.
As I see it I have only two options; to permanently turn off serial console and login prompt on ttyS0 or to permanently switch serial console output and login prompt to some other UART that’s not needed for external communication. I’m pretty much a beginner with Linux so any help will be appreciated.