Gavin McCullagh <ilug_gmc at fiachra.ucd.ie> writes:
> On Wed, 18 Dec 2002, Brendan Halpin wrote:
>> > [brendan at ballingoola brendan]$ wvdial
> > --> WvDial: Internet dialer version 1.41
> > --> Cannot open /dev/ttyS1: Device or resource busy
>> [brendan at ballingoola brendan]$ lsof |grep ttyS1
>> should tell you what's got holding the device.
I had tried that, and nothing shows up.
Michael Armbrecht <marmbrecht at eircom.net> writes:
> Are you sure wvdial connects directly to that device? It probably connects to
> /dev/modem (which might be a link to ttyS1), but check out those permissions,
I will, when I'm back at the other end of that noisy multiplexed
phone line, but I'm pretty sure /dev/ttyS1 is explicitly specified
in the wvdial.conf file.
Brendan Halpin, Dept of Government and Society, Limerick University, Ireland
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