Re: cannot open /dev/cua2
#1) You will need to put the users that you want to allow dialout in the
#2) Do yourself a favor and use /dev/ttyS* rather than cua* because the
cua devices might go away in the future and that would break any scripts
that you have that use them.
On Tue, 25 Nov 1997, Adalberto da Silva wrote:
> I'm trying to set my modem under Linux. I've made a few tests as root
> with minicom and it's working fine for AT commands and for dialing and
> transferring files with zmodem protocol.
> But it reffuses to work with common users and gives me this message
> when a try to run minicom:
> > minicom: cannot open /dev/cua2: Permission denied
> With ls -l cua* I get:
> > crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 5, 64 Jan 18 1997 cua0
> > crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 5, 65 Jan 18 1997 cua1
> > crwxrw---- 1 root dialout 5, 66 Nov 25 00:57 cua2
> > crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 5, 67 Jan 18 1997 cua3
> How can I enable an user to access /dev/cua2? Is it just enable
> write-read-execution for all users? Is this a secure option (ok, I'm on
> a stand-alone linux box but ...)?
> Adalberto da Silva
> Instituto Astronomico e Geofisico
> Universidade de Sao Paulo - Brasil
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