Subject: Re: ttyflags: TIOCSFLAGS on /dev/mdm02: Device not configured
To: Michael Hohmuth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Leo Weppelman <email@example.com>
Date: 11/27/1995 21:58:18
> [ I've posted this before, but haven't received any replies; please
> forgive me if you've seen this twice. ]
I had indeed a kind of deja vu when I read it. I can't remember posting
a reply however. Sometimes things disappear in the large amounts of mail...
> I've tried adding the following line to /etc/ttys in order to get some
> tty flags initialized at boot:
> mdm02 "/usr/libexec/getty std.19200" network off rtscts mdmbuf
> However, `ttyflags' (run from /etc/rc) complains (here's the output of
> "ttyflags -a -v"):
> ttyflags: setting flags on /dev/mdm02 to c
> ttyflags: TIOCSFLAGS on /dev/mdm02: Device not configured
It's a bit strange, I added exactly the same line without having troubles.
I tried it without mdmbuf when my modem was disconnected. With 'mdmbuf'
I only tried it with my modem connected (just bad reading on my part).
> Using "stty -f /dev/mdm02 crtscts mdmbuf" works fine, however. Can
> anyone explain what is giong on?
I don't have a clue... Is anyone else having the same problems? Does
it disappear after the first successful dial-out?