At 21:13 31/01/02 +0000, you wrote:
>On Thu, Jan 31, 2002 at 08:48:01PM +0000, cnb at eircom.net mentioned:
>>>You can make that with;
>> rm -f /dev/tty
> mknod /dev/tty 6 0 c
> chmod 666 /dev/tty
Not sure what mknod /dev/tty 6 0 c is supposed to do, It returned the help
message when I did the mknod command. I'm not sure if I've got the right
That doesn't get rid of the /dev/tty* file, not sure how to do that either.
And yes that was the results of ls -la and the find syntax was "find /
-name "*\*" -print -xdev
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