cfsetispeed man page
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cfsetispeed — set input baud rate
#include <termios.h> int cfsetispeed(struct termios *termios_p, speed_t speed);
The cfsetispeed() function shall set the input baud rate stored in the structure pointed to by termios_p to speed.
There shall be no effect on the baud rates set in the hardware until a subsequent successful call to tcsetattr() with the same termios structure. Similarly, errors resulting from attempts to set baud rates not supported by the terminal device need not be detected until the tcsetattr() function is called.
Upon successful completion, cfsetispeed() shall return 0; otherwise, -1 shall be returned, and errno may be set to indicate the error.
The cfsetispeed() function may fail if:
The speed value is not a valid baud rate.
The value of speed is outside the range of possible speed values as specified in <termios.h>.
The following sections are informative.
Refer to cfgetispeed().
cfgetispeed(), cfgetospeed(), cfsetospeed(), tcsetattr()
The Base Definitions volume of POSIX.1‐2008, Chapter 11, General Terminal Interface, <termios.h>
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