Pre-DEVFS, vty's were named ttyv0-ttyvf, ttyv10-ttyv1f, etc.  When DEVFS is 
used, the vty's are numbered base-36 instead of base-16.  This breaks X if 
the first 16 tty's are in use.  What I want to know is whether we intended 
to implement this new scheme of tty numbering (to be consistant across all 
devices perhaps?) or whether this change was unintended.  Either case, this 
should be a quick fix in either syscons or X.

(Yes, I'm one of those loons who use 36 vty's)


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