getty for glibc

getty for glibc

Post by Dominique Delamarr » Sun, 01 Mar 1998 04:00:00



Hi,

I have noticed that the getty_ps-2.0.7j I use has probles with glibc,
some with utmp that I have understood (I think :-) and one with
termios structure (the c_cc[VERASE] field) that I have still not found.

Does there exist a fine getty version for glibc, preferably derived
from getty_ps?

                Thanks in advance

                                Dominique Delamarre

 
 
 

getty for glibc

Post by Christoph Lamete » Sun, 01 Mar 1998 04:00:00


Debian has almost everything for glibc. You should be able to find sourcecode that
compiles under glibc on ftp.debian.org/debian/hamm/hamm/source/....

: Hi,

: I have noticed that the getty_ps-2.0.7j I use has probles with glibc,
: some with utmp that I have understood (I think :-) and one with
: termios structure (the c_cc[VERASE] field) that I have still not found.

: Does there exist a fine getty version for glibc, preferably derived
: from getty_ps?

:               Thanks in advance
:              
:                               Dominique Delamarre

 
 
 

getty for glibc

Post by David Z. Maz » Tue, 03 Mar 1998 04:00:00


DD> I have noticed that the getty_ps-2.0.7j I use has probles with
DD> glibc, some with utmp that I have understood (I think :-) and one
DD> with termios structure (the c_cc[VERASE] field) that I have still
DD> not found.
DD>
DD> Does there exist a fine getty version for glibc, preferably
DD> derived from getty_ps?

The current (unstable) version of Debian has source for agetty that
works with glibc.  Look at
ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/dists/unstable/main/source/base/util-linu....

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1. Is a getty server replacing multiple getty processes feasable?

What I was wondering if it would be possible to write a getty server which
would open the ports and spawn a getty to service a port only when input is
detected on that port.

Any thoughts on this?

Our Mips unix system has up to 50 getty/uugetty processes serving modems/serial
ports.  Each process consumes 260k.  So 260k * 50 = 13000k of memory used just
for running multiple gettys.

- John

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