Re: Boot-time serial port setup
On Tue, 2002-09-03 at 17:56, Michael Milligan wrote:
> A simple question, probably:
> I am setting up an old inkjet serial printer on my G3 running woody. After some research and several test pages, I established that CUPS handles the thing fine, but only if I first manually issue
> $ stty -F /dev/ttyS1 230400 cstopb raw echo ixoff ixon
> as root. Since I don't really want to have to log into the thing every time it gets rebooted just to enable the printer, I was wondering what is the Debianishly correct way to execute this command at boot time. I *could* write a new boot script and insert the links in /etc/rc* myself, but this seems somehow tacky.
Write it, and put it in /etc/init.d
then install it with update-rc.d (It has a nice manpage)