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SubjectRe: cua* on kernel 2.1 and beyond
Tis true. ;-) cua is out, ttys is in, why I'm not sure, although I'd be
interested to know myself for curiosity.


On Thu, 3 Dec 1998, Jim Woodward wrote:

>
> I think i read somewhere, that the cua* devices for serial
> were going to be made obselite..
>
> I am asking this out of curiosity.. I have no problem with it being
> removed, im just wondering if ttyS* will be taking over this role..
>
> And just to ask why are they, if they are to be made redundant after
> the kernel 2.0.xx series?
>
> Im just wondering about this as far as compatability with other sources
> built on FreeBSD or such that, by default may use cua*.
>
> Regards, Jim.
>
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