Adding or removing pseudo-ttys
When you install TCP/IP, the Network Configuration Manager
prompts you to modify the number of pseudo-ttys configured
on your system. These pseudo-ttys enable users on other hosts
to use telnet or rlogin to access
your host. The default, 32, is adequate for situations in
which several (2-10) users access your system simultaneously.
You need to add pseudo-ttys if:
To change the number of configured pseudo-ttys after
installing and configuring TCP/IP, use the
you configure another networking service, such as PC-Interface, which
also uses pseudo-ttys.
your system functions as a terminal server to many users and
rlogin and telnet begin to fail.
Log in as root.
Run the Hardware/Kernel Manager.
Select Pseudo-ttys from the list and click on the Configure Driver
Enter 1 to add pseudo-ttys, 2 to delete pseudo-ttys,
or 3 to view the current number of pseudo-ttys configured.
When done, enter q to quit.
If you added or deleted pseudo-ttys, click on the Relink Kernel
button and click on Relink to confirm. See
``Rebuilding the kernel''
for more information.
If you do not relink the kernel now, the changes you made
do not take place, and you must then relink at a later time
to effect the changes.
Exit the Hardware/Kernel Manager.
Shut the system down and reboot it by using the
System Shutdown Manager
as described in the
SCO OpenServer Handbook.
Remember to select Reboot after shutdown when using the manager.
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007