On Sat, Jul 05, 2003 at 07:55:22AM +0000, Sergey DoubleF Zaharchenko wrote:
> stan wrote:
> >I've been working on setting up an new laptop as a background task for a
> >couple of months now.
> >
> >All of a sudden today, I find I have to go out of town early in the 
> >morning.
> >
> >I've installed FreebSD a couple of times, and once I got the winmodem
> >working using the ports/comm/ltmdm module. I the wiped the disk clean, and
> >started over. I see that I have installed the port again this time, and
> >dmesg looks like it's working. 
> >
> >However, I can't for the life of me remember the device to use for this. 
> >The
> >machine has one real serial port, so i suspect this should be the 2nd
> >"serial port".
> >
> >If I cu -l cuaa0, I get a connection, but no response to AT commands. If I
> >try to cu cuaa1, I get "line bust".
> >
> >Can somebody please re-educate me on this?
> >
> 
> I can remember it was in the docs with ltmdm (in the work directory). 
> Isn't that /dev/cual0 <ay ell zero> by any chance?
>                               DoubleF
> 
Thanks.

Yes, you are correct, and I actually found it via looking in the work
direcvtory.

Thanks, again!

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