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Bryan Stansell email@example.com
Sat, 8 Dec 2001 16:40:31 -0800 (PST)
Well, I'm not sure what the problem might be, but here's a couple of suggestions. First, try accessing the ports with minicom or some other serial port access program (kermit, tip, etc). If those fail as well, you've got a generic access problem and you should look into the Cyclades bits. One possible explanation is that you'd need to bring the carrier detect line high on the ports before accessing them is possible. I seem to remember seeing that as the default option with a digi terminal server - and it was a selectable option (using the digi tools you could turn off that requirement or access a different device name or something like that). Not sure how much help that is, but if you haven't gotten anywhere yet, maybe one of those ideas will help diagnose the problem. As for the conserver setup, things look configured correctly. Bryan On Thu, Dec 06, 2001 at 04:30:37PM -0000, Éamon Harbison wrote: > I am running Conserver on a RedHat 7.2 box with a Cyclades Ze and 64 > ports. > But I get the following error on starup of conserver -d: > > conserver (1046): open: /dev/ttyC0: No such device > > The conserver.cf file contains only the one entry for that port: > LOGDIR=/var/console > # > flash:/dev/ttyC0:9600p:&.log: > %% > # > trust: localhost > allow: 127.0.0.1 > > There are 64 ports ranging from ttyC0 to ttyC63. Is there something I > am missing here or is it the Cyclades stuff that isn't working?? > > Cheers, > Eamon.