El día Wednesday, May 27, 2015 a las 11:57:56AM +0200, Ed Schouten escribió:

> 2015-05-27 8:01 GMT+02:00 Matthias Apitz <g...@unixarea.de>:
> > The VT102 is connected through an USB-serial adapter and getty spawns
> > nicely login: to /dev/cuaU0.
> 
> /dev/cua* should be used to 'call out' on a TTY. They're not intended
> to run gettys on. Please /dev/ttyU0 instead. :-)
> 
> I suspect that opening /dev/tty blocks, for the reason that the
> terminal you use doesn't provide any modem status lines. /dev/cua*
> 'works' in your case, because those device nodes ignore modem status.
> You can disable checking for this by using "3wire.9600" instead of
> "std.9600" in /etc/ttys. See gettytab(5) for more details.
> 

Thanks! it works with "3wire.9600" and ttyU0; this message was now
written on the VT102 with mutt and vim :-)

        matthias

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