Subject: ttyC1 not working on 3.0_BETA ???
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From: John Refling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/07/2005 15:44:04
I'm having problems with ttyC1 on a DEC Alpha Station 500 / 333:
When I do an:
echo Hello > /dev/ttyC1
the command locks up. Generally I cannot interrupt it with ^c, ^z, or
^\. Sometimes it will core dump to tcsh.core.
If I do this within /bin/sh, the interrput works, and gives:
connot create /dev/ttyC1: interrupted.
echo Hello > /dev/ttyC0
works as expected.
This is with the 3.0_BETA GENERIC kernel. I don't know if this worked
in prior versions of NetBSD.
Also, when it is stuck, the "echo" command never shows up in a process
list. So can't kill it!