Subject: Re: A coupla questions
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Erik Vogan <email@example.com>
Date: 03/17/1995 13:50:51
On Fri, 17 Mar 1995, Alex wrote:
> My other problem:
> I was attempting to dial in SL/IP using the HOWTO doc.
> After a 'cu -l /dev/tty00 -s 19200'
> I get a connected message, only when I try to type in anything I get...
> 'cu: write: Input/Output error'
I was having a problem similar to this with tip (which I attempted
to set up correctly last night). I narrowed it down to the modification rights
on the file /dev/tty00. My question, how do you correctly set r/w
permissions for these files (ie, in a secure way??). I just set tty00
world readable/writeable, which works because I am the only user on the
system, and I won't tromp on UUCP (I don't think?). But the user/group
for the lock files is UUCP/something. I'm sure this has some significance.
Is what I did a viable approach ?? And how do you allow a normal
user (not root) to redirect to the modem using '< /dev/tty00 >
/dev/tty00' ? When I tried this as a normal user I get a console message
the ser00 is busy, and my process dies!!