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SubjectRe: Cyclades MUX and PPP

> On Sat, 22 Jun 1996, Isamar Maia wrote:
> >
> > Cyclades Multi-Serial of 16 Ports is not working in my 2.0 kernel version
> > Not such device: cannot open /dev/ttyC0
> > trying with minicom. All ttyC were deleted and recreated with
> > /dev/MAKEDEV cyclades.
> > Kernel correctly recognizes cyclades and its devices
> Hmm, what number do the devices start at ? They used to start at 32 (I
> think), but this has been fixed, (since pre2.0.x (aka 1.99.x) somewhere I
> think), if your devices start at 32, try makeing the first at 0, eg:
> mknod /dev/ttyC0 c 19 0

It Worked! Thanks too much.. cyclades MUX is making its job now. :)

> and see if that works (open with minicom ...)
> > And all of my TR modem lights are off. Any suggestion?
> > The other problem is with PPP. I'm trying put it running for dialin users
> > and no success. I installed 2.2.0f release, followed the README file and
> > nothing works except a message:
> > PPP not available in this system
> Have you compiled to use ppp ? Did you say yes to the ppp questions in
> make config ?
> > I made config with PPP enabling. WHat should it be happenning?
> It should be saing something like (this is from the modules installing so):
> CSLIP: code copyright 1989 Regents of the University of California
> PPP: version 2.2.0 (dynamic channel allocation)
> PPP Dynamic channel allocation code copyright 1995 Caldera, Inc.
> PPP line discipline registered.
> in the boot messages (or in dmesg), (or only dmesg if it's as a module).
> If you compile it as a module, you have to get it in the kernel, with
> either insmod, modprobe, or kerneld.

I discovered my big mistake: 'make install' only put pppd in /usr/sbin
directory, but my script calls /usr/lib/ppp/pppd, the old pppd
version. :) Everything is going ok now. Just one more thing:
fcntl_setlk() called by process 62(lpd) with broken flock() emulation.
This message comes in dmesg. What should it be?



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