question for studboy only. In reference to #143184
Category: Computers > Programming
Asked by: ga1000-ga
List Price: $5.00
16 Jan 2003 17:27 PST
Expires: 15 Feb 2003 17:27 PST
Question ID: 144492
To Studboy: I am sorry that I chose to 'close the question' instead of getting you the chance to 'officially answer' question #143184. Not familiar with the rule. So here is the question again. Please simply 'officially answer' it so that you can get paid.
Re: question for studboy only. In reference to #143184
Answered By: studboy-ga on 16 Jan 2003 18:45 PST
Dear ga1000-ga That's OK. I'm glad I can help. This is regarding the equivalent of getty on linux-- the equivalent of getty is agetty--the man pages shows it's usage: man agetty It has the same syntax as getty: agetty <line> <rate> <termtype> so s0:23456:/sbin/agetty ttyM0 DT19200 wy60 Also, try doing a search on getty or agetty on the net--Google engine is best when it comes to technical stuff. There are several varieties of getty: getty, getty_ps, mgetty, vgetty, agetty, ... Also, you can even run (a)getty on your Windows--it's part of the cygwin package (www.cygwin.com) along with the source code if interested. Thanks again!
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