Re: Debian 1.3 again
Not a complete answer but ...
I wouldn't recommend using /dev/modem link. This makes it
more difficult to gurantee the uucp locking protocol. Use
the actual device name instead.
On Sat, 12 Apr 1997 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi again,
> It seems that the following devices are missing after the installation
> from the base disks:
> I managed to create /dev/mcdx0 and /dev/mcdx1 by typing
> mknod /dev/mcdx0 b 20 0
> mknod /dev/mcdx1 b 20 1
> Is this correct...??
> But I don't know how to create /dev/mcd. I need mcd because mcdx won't
> read the superblock...I remember that in an previous installation some
> months ago only mcd worked with my CD-ROM.
> Man is currently not working...because I cannot mount the cd...the mcd
> is missing.
> Then I linked the modem to ttyS1...or is it vice versa??
> ln -s ttyS1 modem
> Is this correct...???
> How do I create /dev/mcd and why are all the devices not created
> automatically...?? Someone told me, that this problem would be
> solved...but this was some months ago!