/dev/ttyS2 is not a tty!

/dev/ttyS2 is not a tty!

Post by Tomoo Nomur » Mon, 26 Jan 1998 04:00:00



Hello,

I'm now installing an internal modem.
When I checked it by kermit, it said /dev/ttyS2 is not a tty!.  
What's wrong ?

I suppose my PnP modem was assigned IRQ=4, I/O add=3E8 for cua2.

Tomoo
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