Simplified Chinese Solaris User's Guide

How to Set Up a ttya Port from the Command Line

Use the following procedure is required tto set up a terminal on ttya port from the command line.

  1. Determine the port monitor version number.

    # ttyadm -V

    The port monitor version number will display.

  2. Enter the following commands and substitute the port monitor version number for ver.

    # pmadm -r -p zsmon -s ttya
    # sacadm -a -p zsmon -t ttymon -c /usr/lib/saf/ttymon -v ver

    For more information, see pmadm(1M) and sacadm(1M) man pages.

  3. Use the pmadm command that matches your terminal type to add a login service.

    For EUC terminals, use the following command.

    # pmadm -a -p zsmon -s ttya -i root -fu -v ver -m "`ttyadm -S y \
      -T terminal_type -d /dev/ttya -l 9600 -m ldterm,ttcompat -s \
  4. Turn on the terminal.

    Refer to the documentation that accompanies the terminal.

  5. Log in to the terminal.

  6. Check to see that the installation is correct.

    # setenv LANG locale
    # /bin/stty cs8 -istrip defeucw

    Note –

    These values show that the operating system is set to communicate with the terminal in 8-bit no-parity mode. Make sure the terminal is set up in 8-bit no-parity mode. Refer to the terminal's setup manual for the proper way to set terminal options.