> I am assuming you are connecting to the
standard IBM COM ports. In the
> /etc/inittab I have:
> S0:3:respawn:/usr/bin/d3 -1 -t ttyS0 -y "speed
19200 -parenb cs8 -cstopb"
Quote:> S1:3:respawn:/usr/bin/d3 -2 -t ttyS1 -y "speed
9600 -parenb cs8 -cstopb"
> Also, with regard to your earlier posting about
T-RET. It does not work with
Quote:> the first releases of D3 Linux or D3 ProPlus but
there is an upgrade coming
!!!! does anybody know when this upgrade
will be ready and what its release
number will be ????
Quote:> shortly that will fix that problem and a host of
other problems as well.
> Stay tuned...
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> > We have a test installation of d3/Linux and
are attempting to connect a
Quote:> > simple W60 serial terminal to our d3/Linux
box. The only instructions
Quote:> > that I have before me are those provided by
PICK. We have added the
Quote:> > following line to /etc/inittab :
"a1:3:respawn:d3 -n pick0 1 -t tty2",
Quote:> > along with another for pib 2. Every effort to
connect the terminal
Quote:> > have failed. Why? (as food for thought, I
wondered why it was tty2
> > rather than ttyS2, but that doesn't work
> > Also, I was wondering what went wrong with my
request for help with
Quote:> > Accuterm 97 and SB+ that I posted on the 7th.
Surely, someone is using
> > Accuterm with SB+ and wants the function of
the delete key...
> > Thanks
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