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SubjectRe: uugetty/pppd crashing system
On Fri, 30 Aug 1996, Root wrote:
> Running kernel 2.0.10
> /etc/inittab says:
> s2:456:respawn:/sbin/uugetty ttyS1 F38400 vt100
>
> syslog says:
>
> Aug 30 13:02:21 www uugetty[399]: Segmentation fault
> Aug 30 13:02:23 www uugetty[400]: Segmentation fault
> Aug 30 13:02:25 www uugetty[401]: Segmentation fault
>
> console says:
>
> INIT: Id "s2" respawning too fast: disabled for 5 minutes
>
> I'm having probs with uugetty too
> Is there a new version anywheres and where might i get it please?
> think i have 2.0.7d
> Chewy
>

Well, I suggest that you strace manually your uugetty
issue from the bash prompt `strace uugetty ttyS1 F38400 vt1000 2>logfile'
and then have a look at logfile.. the times I had this problem,
there was something wrong with /etc/gettydefs(i.e. there was no entry for
F38400)
Now my inittab line looks like this:

d1:3:respawn:/sbin/uugetty -d /etc/default/uugetty.ttyS0 ttyS0 M19200 vt100

and my gettydefs entry:

M19200# B19200 CS8 CRTSCTS # B19200 SANE -ISTRIP CRTSCTS #@S Login: #M19200

and it works..

Hope this will do it for you,
--ToP

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