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Re: dosemu: cua



On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 02:13:09PM -0600, Cheryl Homiak wrote:
> Looking again at the README.txt.gz, I see that all the serial examples use
> "/dev/cua1" etc, though the examples in /etc/dosemu/dosemu.conf use /dev/ttyS0,
> etc. What on earth is a /dev/cua device; I don't have anything like that in
> /dev.
> TIA.

This may help answer your question, from 
$ man MAKEDEV -


       Serial Devices

       ttyS{0..63}
              Serial ports and corresponding dialout device.  For
              device ttySx, there is also the device  cuax  which
              is  used to dial out with.  This can avoid the need
              for cooperative locks in simple situations.


http://linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/Serial-HOWTO-5.html#ss5.5

Lists /dev/cua as being "obsolete" but shows how to create them with
"mknod"

I've never messed with dosemu so can't tell you what to do with the info
but thought it might be helpful.  Someone else will probably point the
way better than I.
kent

-- 
To know the truth is to distort the Universe.
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