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Re: Strange Device name in Infocenter of KDE

On Wed, May 21, 2003 at 08:06:39PM -0400, Hamid wrote:
> Hi
> I am trying to make my winmodem alive under Debian. I have done the 
> necessary steps and loaded the lt_modem and lt_serial modules.
> And when the system boots up, I get the message:
> "ttyLT00 at 0xfc00 ( irq = 10 ) is a Lucent Modem"
> But I can not find such a directory/device in /dev folder.
> But to my surprise, when I check the info center of KDE3.1, I can see a 
> character device named "62 tts/LT%d"
> Can anyone help me ?

Are you using devfs?  It moves devices around a bit, including putting
serial ports in /dev/tts.  Also, if you install and run 'devfsd', then
symlinks will be created in the old places for them.

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