It's been broken for me in several 2.4 versions as well. This is
> It looks like the UART_LSR_BI bit needs to be set in the status
> variable for the break character to be interpreted as a break in the
> I doubt that it is actually broken, but it isn't immediately obvious
> how that bit gets set. Is there something that I should have set when
> the device was initialized to make sure that UART_LSR_BI is asserted
> in "status" when the interrupt occurs?
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