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Re: Delta Simulator
Do the "chmod 666" on /dev/ttypx where x is the terminal number. I usually
do a "who" to find out my tty device and then do the chmod. The simulator
needs to be able to open the terminal for reading and writing. When you
start the simulator under one id and log into another id even if you "su"
the protection mode on the tty device can cause the simulator some
From: Jim Stallings <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, September 01, 1998 7:32 AM
Subject: Re: Delta Simulator
>Gary L. Luckenbaugh wrote:
>> Make sure you run "./rsts 0" from a different window or terminal than you
>> start the simulator from. The other suggestion is to do a "chmod 666" on
>> the terminal before "su"ing to the delta id. There are strange things
>> happen with job control on Linux that I haven't quite figured out yet.
>You want a chmod 666 on the rsts or pdp program?