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Perhaps you can do something like this example using socat which creates a pseudo-tty and a symbolic link to it in ~/myserialline. When you open it socat runs ssh (in this example to localhost) where it runs socat to join stdin/stdout to a real serial device. socat PTY,link=$HOME/myserialline,raw,echo=0 EXEC:'ssh localhost socat - /dev/ttyS0' You can ...


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In RedHat 6 there is an upstart script /etc/init/serial.conf that will ensure the console is designated a secure terminal before starting the getty process, and so ensuring root can login on the console. You may be better off setting the root password to something unknown, thus forcing people to always login as a non-root user and then using sudo to switch ...



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