Subject: Serial port question.
To: MacBSD <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chip Burkhead <email@example.com>
Date: 11/04/1994 17:19:32
I may be getting a bit ahead of myself; but I wanted to try to set up
my modem port so that I could dial into my Mac. I have already figured
that ser0 & ser1 are the serial ports and that I will need to set one of
them up in /etc/ttys. But, which one is which? Also is there an easy way
to config. them on boot up to put the modem into auto answer mode? I
figure that I could save a profile in the modem if need be; but I need a
way to easily send the ATS0=1 to it to make it answer. Any suggestions?
Also, why I'm thinking about it, what is the file name of the file
where you specify the accounts with su access? I remember there being one
on a BSDI system I was on once; but I can't remember what it was called.
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