Subject: Re: SLIP configuration Q:
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Paul Jaffray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/22/1994 15:17:39
>>I'm having trouble connecting to the modem port with 'cu'. From the SLIP faq:
>> % cu -l /dev/tty00 -s 19200 (assumes your modem is on the modem port)
>>The above produces an error:
>> /dev/tty00: Permission denied.
>> /dev/tty00: Line in use.
>>I've checked that /etc/ttys has tty00 set to "unknown off secure", and ps
>>-ax doesn't show any getty's for tty00.
>One quick (probably obvious) question: do you have access permission
>to /dev/tty00? As I recall the installer "Create Devices" command
>creates /dev/tty00 with either root or uucp ownership, and a 600
>This isn't that hard to fix, it just requires a little processing
>on every external/status interrupt. I was going to take some time
>and look at it at some point (I want to enable dial-in access).
I too would like to enable dial-in access via a modem connected to the
modem port (/dev/tty00 I assume). Unfortunatly I know very little about
UNIX and have not yet been sucessful in getting it to work. It appears
that the part of FAQ that deals with this has not yet been written. If
anyone can provide any assistance, or even better, tell me where to look
for documentation on this topic, I would really appreciate it.
Thanks in advance.