mgetty has been ported to SVR4 now (many thanks to Bodo Bauer, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Martin Husemann, <email@example.com> and Marc Boucher <firstname.lastname@example.org>).
As far as I know, it’s sufficient to add ‘-DSVR4’ to the CFLAGS in Makefile. If you have any problems or suggestions, please report them also to the people above, since I do not have a SVR4-System to run tests on.
If you use the
SAS serial driver (streams-version of
want to force
sas to use hardware-handshake all the time, use a
device with a minor device number of
80+port number (see the
sas manual for explantations). If you use a port with a minor device
mgetty is able to switch hardware handshake
on and off according to the flags set in policy.h, using
sys/termiox.h. (Well, it works - but apparently fax reception
doesn’t work with this minor device number. Symptom: only one byte is
received during fax reception (0x00). Anybody any clue?).
If you use
FAS, use the devices with a minor device number of
80+port number (as usual).