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Bug? Initializing rtems "rtems_pty_maximum_ptys" ? (v4.8.0)
- Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 11:36:50 -0500
- From: joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com (Joel Sherrill)
- Subject: Bug? Initializing rtems "rtems_pty_maximum_ptys" ? (v4.8.0)
Gene Smith wrote:
> Joel Sherrill wrote:
>> Gene Smith wrote:
>>> In my init() function I set CONFIGURE_MAXIMUM_PTY to 2. But I get a
>>> message printed saying:
>>> DEVICE: /dev/pty0../dev/ptyFFFFFFFF (0)pseudo-terminals registered.
>>> It appears that rtems_pty_maximum_ptys is never intialized so stays at
>>> 0. Instead, rtems_telnetd_maximum_pty is intialized to
>>> CONFIGURE_MAXIMUM_PTY in cpukit/sapi/include/confdefs.h but is never used.
>>> cpukit/ChangeLog-pre2007 indicates that rtems_telnetd_maximum_pty has
>>> been renamed to rtems_pty_maximum_pty. It looks like the rename was
>>> missed in confdefs.h.
>>> This is with 4.8.0. Head cvs version of confdefs.h looks the same.
>> Looks like a typo. If you change confdefs.h, does it work
>> as expected?
> Yes, works fine. I now see what the "shell" looks like. :)
I see the smiley. And the shell in 4.8.0 is a pale
comparison to what is in 4.9. Chris and I did a lot
of work between 4.8 and now and it really shows
for the shell command set.
There is now a manual. Chris ported a number of
commands from BSD (ls, rm, cp, mv etc) and wrote
some disk functionality commands. I did general
work and wrote a number of RTEMS specific commands
like cpuuse, perioduse, mallocinfo, date, etc.
It can now process scripts (no conditional logic yet).
>> If so, file a PR and attach your diff. I will commit it on
>> all active branches.
> OK. But having trouble logging into bugzilla. Emailed jeff mayes to
> reset my account which I didn't know I had.
He will get to it.
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