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Re: Probemodem errors?
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On Wed, 12 Jan 2000, George Zeigler wrote:
> > >George wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > > I ran probemodem. I have tons of
> > > "/bin/stty: standard input: unable to perform all requested operations"
> > > lines. Also, a bunch of Errors. Is this a concern?
> > > My modem is a LinkSys 10/100 + 56k combo PCMCIA card
> > > The output of probemodem is shown below.
> > Nico wrote:
> > We've been seeing stty errors on some systems mentioned lately:
> > Try running probemodem with "sh -x probemodem" for more details on
> > when the stty is failing.
> I ran sh -x probemodem and attached the results to this letter
> in case it's useful. I clipped out the part dealing with ttyS 0 and inserted
> down below.
It looks like it's definitely the stty 0 part: Try reading the manual
page for "stty" on your system, and see what it says about "stty 0"
It's possible to comment out of your probemodem/faxaddmodem commands.
> > > Serial port that modem is connected to ? ttyS1
> > > Hmm, there does not appear to be an fuser command on your machine.
> > > This means that I am unable to insure that all processes using the
> > > modem have been killed. I will keep going, but beware that you may
> > > have competition for the modem.
> > Why is it not finding a fuser command?
> Good question. I will post this to the SuSE thread. I tried it at the
> command prompt
> fuser -u /root
> It works.
> I do not receive this if I do a simple
> probemodem ttyS1
What happens with "fuser /dev/ttyS1" issued as a root user? And do
you have another getty or something running on /dev/ttyS3, or /dev/modem
symbolically linked to /dev/ttyS1?
Senior Engineer, CIRL
Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary
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