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SubjectRe: xterm: no available ptys
(ben@qwerty)-(12:52pm Mon Nov  6)-(/dev)
$ ls ptys*
ptys0 ptys2 ptys4 ptys6 ptys8 ptysa ptysc ptyse
ptys1 ptys3 ptys5 ptys7 ptys9 ptysb ptysd ptysf


-b

Paul Powell wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have created a trimmed down /dev directory to be
> used with my custom bootable Linux CD. I've run into
> a problem where I can't start an xterm. I get the
> error...
>
> xterm: no available ptys
>
> I'm not sure which device I'm missing in /dev. I'm no
> expert on how the tty's and stuff work so feel free to
> fill me in. Everything else seems to work fine on the
> CD.
>
> Here is what my /dev directory looks like now:
>
> /dev:
> console
> cua0
> cua1
> cua2
> cua3
> fb
> fb0
> fb1
> fb2
> fb3
> fb4
> fb5
> fb6
> fb7
> fd0
> fd1
> hda
> hdb
> hdc
> hdd
> kmem
> listing
> mem
> mouse
> null
> psaux
> pts
> |...0
> ram
> ram0
> ram1
> ram2
> ram3
> ramdisk
> scd0
> scd1
> scd2
> scd3
> scd4
> scd5
> scd6
> scd7
> tty
> tty0
> tty1
> tty2
> ttyp0
> ttyp1
> ttyp2
> ttyp3
> ttyp4
> urandom
> zero
>
> Am I missing something?
>
> Any help appreciated!
>
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