Re: cua vs ttyS and diald
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On Fri, 18 Jul 1997, Alan Hyde wrote:
> If I understand these device details correctly, the ttyS devices are
> setup for incoming calls (denoted by the 4) and the cua devices for
> outgoing calls (denoted by the 5). I don't have any ttyS0 device.
> Therefore how do I setup a ttyS0 device for dialing out?
> Also should I change the setup for the existing ttyS devices?
You don't need to make any changes, the values are correct. The cua
devices exist for compatibility reasons, and are considered obsolete.
They were around before a good locking scheme was developed for the ttyS
devices, simply use the ttyS devices instead of the cua ones.
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