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Hi, On 14.08.2012 21:55, Peter Stuge wrote: > It looks like the UART number is still determined at compile time? > > (By linking different init.c objects into the build.) Question is, where else do you want to store the initial mapping for the specific board? Also, Reconfiguring it while runtime seems a bit useless to me, how do you want to reconfigure it if you don't have a serial link since you're connected to the 'wrong' UART anyway? I would be fine with this solution in init.c. At least until we have, if ever, something like stored settings in an NVRAM. Regards, Steve