My thanks to everyone who's contributed to UML - it is a wonderfully useful
I need to run uml xterm-free and tty-free so 'm running uml with:
# linux con=pty
When I disconnect 'minicom' from /dev/ttyp0 and reconnect, minicom says:
minicom: cannot open /dev/ttyp0: Device or resource busy
When I disconnect 'minicom' from /dev/ttyp1 or /dev/ttyp2 and reconnect, minicom connects just fine.
Is this a known bug?
From: Michael Richardson <mcr@sa...> - 2004-11-08 04:49:05
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>>>>> "Struan" == Struan Bartlett <struan@...> writes:
Struan> My thanks to everyone who's contributed to UML - it is a
Struan> wonderfully useful thing.
Struan> I need to run uml xterm-free and tty-free so 'm running uml
Struan> # linux con=pty
I suggest you create a mortal account, and a that you run it under
I use something like:
% cat start.sh
screen -ekk -r -dmS myuml ./linux stuff
% crontab -l
and I have something like:
% cat .screenrc
that means that I can login to the system and run "screen -r -x myuml/"
to get the console. Note that this requires screen to be setuid root,
which it is not installed that way by default on many systems. This is
just a security precaution --- screen is designed to operate that way.
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