2.11 BSD on an 11/93 with an CMD SCSI Module
bill.gunshannon at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 2 11:39:28 CDT 2019
On 4/1/19 10:47 PM, Glen Slick via cctalk wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 5:55 PM Bill Gunshannon via cctalk
> <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
>> OK, here we go with exactly what I get with the new kernel with
>> NKL = 8 and entries in /etc/dtab for 7 serial lines.
>> January 4 08:48:26 init: configure system
>> autoconfig: warning: more than three handlers for device tty1 on line 36.
>> tty1 1 csr 176500 vector 300 skipped: No autoconfig routines.
>> tty2 2 csr 176510 vector 310 skipped: No autoconfig routines.
>> tty3 3 csr 176520 vector 320 skipped: No autoconfig routines.
>> tty4 4 csr 176530 vector 330 skipped: No autoconfig routines.
>> tty5 5 csr 176540 vector 340 skipped: No autoconfig routines.
>> tty6 6 csr 176550 vector 350 skipped: No autoconfig routines.
>> tty7 7 csr 176560 vector 360 skipped: No autoconfig routines.
> Did you change the "cn" at the beginning of each line you added to the
> dtab entries below to "tty1" through "tty7"? If so, don't do that. If
> it is not "cn" the routine src/sys/autoconfig/read_nlist.c:
> read_nlist() won't be able to correctly link the attach routine
> pointer for the device entries to src/sys/pdp/cons.c: cnattach()
OK. I put them back to cn (I thought cn stood for console and the ttys
would be different, but fixed now). Sadly, I still get the "more than
three handlers" message and attempts to run getty go nuts. :-)
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