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Re: generally flailing

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Fri, 10 Feb 2006 16:27:05 -0800 (PST)

well, you have two options, really.  if you have an old-style config
file, you can use the 'convert' program that gets built with the new
server.  it'll take the old-style and make a new-style config file.

otherwise, i'd use something like:

    access * { allowed; }

    default digi {
	master localhost; logfile &;
	type device; baud 9600; parity none;
	host unused;
	device /dev/sts/ttyC&;
	devicesubst &=P02d; 
	rw *;

    console hostname1 { include digi; port 1; }
    console hostname2 { include digi; port 2; }

this assumes the naming is /dev/sts/ttyC01 through /dev/sts/ttyCXX where
XX is decimal.  adjust devicesubst if that isn't right.

hope that helps.  between the two, i hope it'll go for ya.


On Fri, Feb 10, 2006 at 04:23:47PM -0700, Sarah Thompson wrote:
> I am attempting to get a solaris 10 box going with conserver.  I have
> installed the software on the Sun box and am now trying to edit the
> configuration file to talk to my Digi ST-1032 terminal servers.  The
> conserver.cf is way too complicated for what I need...my old
> conserver.cf literally had the log file location and then lines that
> looked like this
> hostname:/dev/sts/ttyC01:9600n:&::
> Simply defining which port of the digi each host was plugged into.  I
> try to keep it that simple with conserver version 8.1.12 but I'm not
> even close to getting conserver to run.  Any help would be appreciated. 
> Thanks,  Sarah
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