Re: Of Mice and Modems
Thanks, everybody. John, where does it get told macserial.o? I apologize
if that's an ignorant question, but then...
John Goerzen wrote:
> The modem should be /dev/ttyS0 or /dev/ttyS1 like others. It tripped
> me up for a bit that you have to use macserial.o instead of serial.o
> to drive it. Incidentally, I can't make it work with efax yet.
> Anybody have any tips? (This is a tibook g4 box)
> -- John
> "mmissett" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > I finally have things up and running on the G4, but I'm stuck on a couple of snags: pppconfig can't figure out where the modem is and it's asking... me. I've tried a few guesses, but with no evidence of success. Also, startx is failing, saying "cannot open mouse (no such file or directory)". The mouse in question is an Apple USB optical mouse. My question is: Is the system looking in all the wrong places for things or have I just given it more wrong answers than it can tolerate? Any advice, hints, etc. would be most appreciated.
> > Michael Missett
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