Re: Where is the ttyS/!cua documented?
Debian does this because Linux no longer supports cua as a true serial
device. It is and was meant to be a callout device. Most Linux apps
when they see that you use cua emit a warning telling you to change to
Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
> Where is it documented why Debian uses ttyS* rather than cua*? I
> found only the one sentence in the Debian Policy Manual. I think
> that there should be more explanation as to why we do this in the
> Policy Manual.
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Linux, because I'd like to *get there* today