A representation of a device that asynchronously transmits and receives serial data.

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NixOS no login prompt in virtual terminals

I have NixOS built using 15.09 channel, session manager is sddm, display manager is KDE 5. Switching to virtual ttys from 1 to 6 gives me no login prompt, I see same piece of log everywhere: <<...
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Why does the following shell sequence ends so quickly?

Let be the files com and fic whith the access rights defined in the following shell sequence: $ cat com if tty>/dev/null then read x else read x<fic fi echo $x $ cat fic abcd $ ls -l ...
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bash: no job control in this shell

I have a minimal Linux system. init is /bin/bash, only bare minimum of libraries in /lib/, /dev/ is populated statically, no daemons running (no udev, ..) When bash starts, I get following error: ...
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Why only 4 chars get sent to serial port via command-line

I'm trying to communicate with NodeMCU (CP210x USB/UART) from command-line. However it does not respond to my commands. I have set the correct baudrate via stty 9600 raw. echo "gpio.write(0,gpio.LOW)"...
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Return to GUI from text console with many X11 servers?

I know the thread How to get out of TTY and into X session apparently about similar thing as here, and Command line to return to the GUI after Ctrl-Alt-F1 about chvt. I have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I run ...
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Running SSH command from PHP gives sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified error even though NOPASSWD settings are done

I am using LAMPP to run apache server. From a php file I am executing a python script which executes ssh, scp commands. But I am getting error: sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified ...
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How can I get systemd to use qingy as my default tty program instead of agetty (debian jessie)?

I'd like to use a different tty program than agetty on my debian jessie machine (specifically, qingy). The tty creation is controlled by systemd via the (auto-created as I understand) /etc/systemd/...
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access to ttyusb0 as normal user

I am trying to access a serial device, which is attached as: "/dev/ttyUSB0". crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 188, 0 Nov 29 15:45 ttyUSB0 For that I created a new udev rule: SUBSYSTEM=="tty", ATTR{...
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How can I find all the files whose name starts with “tty” in the /dev directory with all the file informations?

How do I find all the files whose name starts with tty in the /dev directory? I'm a beginner and I don't know all the basics yet.
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Detecting shift + keyup/down in the terminal

How do I do this? I want a terminal menu where shift+up or shift+down selects multiple lines. ncurses seems to have problems. I don't necessarily need an advanced terminal library. I just want to ...
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How to turn off the monitor under TTY

Turning off the monitor should be a really simple thing, but it isn't. I know that under Xserver, we have xset tool which allows us to turn off the screen via the following command: $ xset dpms force ...
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xfce4-Terminal doesn't create a new pts session?

I'm running Openbox on Manjaro, and I've come across a peculiarity trying to use write and wall with some friends. I use xfce4-terminal as my preferred terminal emulator, and I was never able to get ...
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Take text “screenshot” of current terminal contents

I would like to, every 30 seconds or so, copy all text of a certain terminal or terminal emulator to a file, and display it in conky. I'm not talking about simple redirection (command > file), ...
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Why does 8250 UART driver not wake up TTY if more than 256 characters are pending?

What is the motivation of this if-condition in void serial8250_tx_chars(struct uart_8250_port *up)? if (uart_circ_chars_pending(xmit) < WAKEUP_CHARS) uart_write_wakeup(port); It has been ...
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How do I write the output of Portage to a txt file?

I would like to be able to write the output of Portage commands, along with other commands, that I perform in tty (that is, the screen-wide terminals started with Ctrl+Alt+Fn where n represents an ...
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Adjusting keyboard delay in a TTY?

When using a TTY login shell by entering e.g. Ctrl-Alt-F1 on Debian Jessie. There is inhuman fast delay, specifically I think these values are correct (250ms) root@VB-NB-Debian:~# kbdrate Typematic ...
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How could a user log in via tty

I rented this cloud server, and it is kind of attacked recently. I can see a suspicious user logged in via tty. leetom@S152:~$ last -x ayn1 ayn1 tty1 Wed Oct 28 18:59 - ...
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Can a tty be made unkillable?

I used PuTTY to ssh into a linux machine from a windows machine and I was just messing about with the pkill command. I quickly found out that I could log out of a remote session by typing w to show ...
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How to use screen as a serial terminal with key emulation CR+LF auto mode

I would like to use screen as serial terminal but my output is not formatted well. I use this command: sudo screen /dev/ttyACM0 9600,cs8 thinking the configuration above is like 9600 8N1 with no ...
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How to prevent CTS from toggling each time a tty is opened or closed?

Each time I open() or close() a tty device file, the RTS line of the port is toggled off for a moment. This seems to happen even when hardware flow control is disabled with raw -crtscts. Is there ...
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How to echo tty1 after displaying an image via fbi?

I can echo to /dev/tty1: echo "hello" > /dev/tty1 I can display an image (while booting or not): fbi -T 1 -noverbose -a test.png I can display the image after printing "hello" to the ...
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Is there a way to deport gnome terminal output into a regular tty? [duplicate]

I was dist-upgrade my old debian wheezy from a gnome terminal in X and suddenly i got some display bugs. Basically i wasn't able to see the console and the upgrade anymore, impossible then to answer ...
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Safe to blank /etc/securetty?

Assuming one is operating in AWS and there are no ways to connect via a non-pts terminal, is it safe to blank the /etc/securetty file? Are there any possible unintended consequences? I can't think of ...
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Can fbterm support 256 colors?

I have Arch without X and want to make my console solarized. I think I can't do that in tty, so I had installed fbterm and tried to play with fbtermrc, bashrc etc. $ tput colors 256 $ xterm-color-...
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Editing missing characters in some charmap/keyboard

I use the abnt2 layout on my american keyboard, but the backslash key \ is missing. How can I remap some glyph to an unused key or combination (eg. CtrlAltE or AltGrE)? I knows only that /usr/share/...
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How can I spawn a TTY text virtual console?

Due to (what I think is) some sort of bug on the Linux version (Kali v2.0) of my remote computer, my TTY text consoles do not start until I locally sit on the machine and press CtrlAltFn. I use to ...
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fsck problem when booting Debian stretch

I tried to boot my PC and I had this problem fsck from util-linux 2.26.2 /dev/sdb6 contains a file system with errors check forced. /dev/sdb6: Unconnected directory inode 1076721 (/var/tmp/???) /...
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Using shared serial modem

I'm trying to use on Solaris box modem connected to Linux box via serial port. Sharing is made from socat. Server command(linux): socat tcp-l:54321,reuseaddr,fork file:/dev/ttyXXX0,nonblock,...
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How do I start tty from the command-line?

I would like to know what command launches tty from the command-line. I would like to know as I am using Plasma 5 and am fiddling around with my keyboard shortcuts and if I know what launches tty from ...
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Set tty1 as default

I am using vinoth@vinoth:~$ uname -a Linux vinoth 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.63-2+deb7u1 x86_64 GNU/Linux Question is: If I boot my system, I am getting tty7(GUI) by default. How to change ...
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Systemd hangs before TTY during boot in archlinux

systemd of my archlinux hangs since this morning without any error message and before TTY. So, I cannot use Ctrl+Alt+F1. The last thing I see is Reached Target Bluetooth. But everything looks fine ...
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'Unbusy' terminals which will be logged out when TMOUT is reached

I would like auto-logout some terminal sessions with a TMOUT (timeout) configuration, but in that case the users leave a program opened for which the 'unbusy' sign is the ZERO I/O between server and ...
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How can I live-change the TTY rows and columns?

This is a question about Linux running on a Compulab device named Utilite Pro, but I think it is worth the price to ask this question here to get it solved for any platform (if possible). I use ...
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How are virtual consoles related to traditional computer terminals?

This is extracted (with some rewording) from Computer terminal and virtual console, which has been closed with a hatnote linking to What is the exact difference between a 'terminal', a '...
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Why do the terminal attributes look different from outside the terminal?

If I open up a terminal (xfce4-terminal 0.6.3, but I doubt it matters) and I look at what terminal attributes are set (BASH is running in the terminal), $ stty -a speed 38400 baud; rows 24; columns ...
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MacOS terminal ssh input buffer size

I am trying to cut-paste some switch config over an ssh session from my mac. It seems to start mangling it after a set buffer size. Surely cut-paste buffer is large enough, since I can cut-paste just ...
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Different behavior of tty's vs pty's

If I do man bash inside of X, e.g., in xterm or mate-terminal, I get some words underlined. If I do man bash in a virtual terminal, I get those same words colored. Can I get the same coloring in X? ...
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Zenity, how to manage cryptsetup prompt?

With Zenity, I display a progressBar and install/config many stuff on a Linux Mint (Debian) computer. I had to avoid any prompt. But one step prompts Enter a passphrase:, this is cryptsetup ...
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How to automate cryptsetup-luksAddKey with passphrase?

Context: I replaced my passphrase prompted at launch by a keyfile, stored on a USB dongle. My question concerns the step: # cryptsetup luksAddKey /path/to/mykeyfile . I generated my added key is ...
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Execute command inside another command

I'm trying to record my tmux session. I've got an alias record-session which executes command from ttygif ttyrec ~/ttygif/files/last-session. As far as I understand ttygif starts new terminal instance ...
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Ctrl+Alt+F2 doesn't switch TTYs on laptop

I'm unable to switch ttys using Ctrl+Alt+F2; nothing happens. Is there some other way to switch? Is there a problem with the keymapping? And how do I fix that? I'm on a US Lenovo X1 Carbon if that ...
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U-Boot: Changing TTY columns and rows for virtual consoles

Having installed GRUB as boot manager allows the operating system (Linux) to boot on specific video mode so the TTY virtual consoles change its columns and rows (width and height). For example, ...
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Sending serial commands with echo vs screen session

I have a small LED matrix controlled by a display driver that accepts serial commands to update the display. I'm successfully controlling it via node with the node serial package, however I'd like to ...
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How to use tty allocation to run GPG through SSH?

I am trying to encrypt and sign a local file using a distant GPG installation via SSH: pv file | ssh -tt [ssh server] gpg -se -r [receipt key] > file.gpg Using the double t option removes the ...
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How do I use the “screen” command if I don't know what the ps or tty the program came from?

I am making a python program that launches on bootup. I would like it so that I can interact with that program via the "screen" command. Then, if I need to talk to the program via a different tty, ssh,...
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Why does password prompt lag slightly after typing the username in tty?

I have this kind of behavior and I don't know how to fix it or even how to search a fix for it since I don't know how would I even call it. Here's what's happening: The first time I boot, when I ...
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debian jessie: how to automount from tty1?

[Note: before you mark this a duplicate: There are several similar-looking questions in this stackexchange (which did not show before creating this question--one seems to get much better matches in ...
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Black screen when I move from X session to tty session

I've the ATI proprietary drivers. When I power on the computer and I do the login all works well, but when I run xorg I can't change tty or exit from xorg because if I try I see only a black screen (...
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Mocking a pseudo tty (pts)

We would like to run some curses based apps in background. These apps use curses and get the current tty port name to be used internally to map log files and others context-terminal associations. ...
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Difference between tty and ttyS and pts and vcsa? [closed]

I can't understand what is difference among tty, ttyS, pts and vcsa? Are they same? when we connect a serial cable to a server which hosts unix-like operating system, which ones of these type of ...