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Annotation of src/etc/gettytab, Revision 1.13

1.13    ! hubertf     1: #      $NetBSD: gettytab,v 1.12 1998/12/12 19:35:48 fair Exp $
1.8       mikel       2: #      from: @(#)gettytab      8.2 (Berkeley) 4/20/94
1.1       cgd         3: #
                      4: # Most of the table entries here are just copies of the old getty table,
                      5: # it is by no means certain, or even likely, that any of them are optimal
                      6: # for any purpose whatever.  Nor is it likely that more than a couple are
                      7: # even correct.
                      8: #
                      9: # The default gettytab entry, used to set defaults for all other
                     10: # entries, and in cases where getty is called with no table name
                     11: #
                     12: default:\
1.13    ! hubertf    13:        :bf=/etc/issue:\
1.11      lukem      14:        :ce:ck:np:im=\r\n%s/%m (%h) (%t)\r\n\r\n:sp#9600:
1.1       cgd        15:
                     16: #
                     17: # Fixed speed entries
                     18: #
                     19: #      The "std.NNN" names are known to the special case
                     20: #      portselector code in getty, however they can
                     21: #      be assigned to any table desired.
                     22: #      The "NNN-baud" names are known to the special case
                     23: #      autobaud code in getty, and likewise can
                     24: #      be assigned to any table desired (hopefully the same speed).
                     25: #
1.10      perry      26: std.110|110-baud:\
                     27:        :sp#110:
                     28: std.300|300-baud:\
                     29:        :sp#300:
                     30: std.600|600-baud:\
                     31:        :sp#600:
                     32: std.1200|1200-baud:\
                     33:        :sp#1200:
                     34: std.2400|2400-baud:\
1.1       cgd        35:        :sp#2400:
1.10      perry      36: std.4800|4800-baud:\
1.1       cgd        37:        :sp#4800:
1.10      perry      38: std.9600|9600-baud:\
1.1       cgd        39:        :sp#9600:
1.10      perry      40: std.19200|19200-baud:\
1.1       cgd        41:        :sp#19200:
1.3       mycroft    42: std.38400|38400-baud:\
                     43:        :sp#38400:
                     44: std.57600|57600-baud:\
                     45:        :sp#57600:
                     46: std.115200|115200-baud:\
                     47:        :sp#115200:
1.12      fair       48:
                     49: # PPP network link login
                     50: #
                     51: # these entries can be used by ISPs or others who want to be able
                     52: # to offer both a "shell" and a PPP login on the same port. Setting
                     53: # the "pp" attribute allows getty(8) to recognize a PPP link start
                     54: # negotiation, and invoke the program listed, in addition to normal
                     55: # login(1).
                     56: #
                     57: # N.B.: if PPP is recognized, this bypasses normal login/password
                     58: # exchange; the expectation is that you'll configure pppd (or whatever)
                     59: # to require a PAP or CHAP handshake for authentication after PPP is
                     60: # started up.
                     61: #
                     62: # It is also recommended that you use hardware (CTS/RTS) flow control
                     63: # on the port, and run the port as fast as possible, to allow modems
                     64: # extra time to do data compression, if enabled.
                     65: #
                     66: ppp:np:ce:ck:pp=/usr/sbin/pppd:
                     67: #
                     68: ppp.19200|PPP-19200:sp#19200:tc=ppp:
                     69: ppp.38400|PPP-38400:sp#38400:tc=ppp:
                     70: ppp.57600|PPP-57600:sp#57600:tc=ppp:
                     71: ppp.115200|PPP-115200:sp#115200:tc=ppp:
                     72: ppp.230400|PPP-230400:sp#230400:tc=ppp:
1.1       cgd        73:
                     74: #
                     75: # Dial in rotary tables, speed selection via 'break'
                     76: #
                     77: d1200|Dial-1200:\
1.10      perry      78:        :nx=d300:sp#1200:
                     79: d300|Dial-300:\
                     80:        :nx=d1200:sp#300:
1.1       cgd        81:
                     82: #
                     83: # Fast dialup terminals, 2400/1200/300 rotary (can start either way)
                     84: #
                     85: D2400|d2400|Fast-Dial-2400:\
                     86:        :nx=D1200:tc=2400-baud:
1.10      perry      87: D1200|Fast-Dial-1200:\
1.1       cgd        88:        :nx=D300:tc=1200-baud:
1.10      perry      89: D300|Fast-Dial-300:\
1.1       cgd        90:        :nx=D2400:tc=300-baud:
                     91:
                     92: #
                     93: #telebit (19200)
                     94: #
                     95: t19200:\
                     96:        :nx=t2400:tc=19200-baud:
                     97: t2400:\
                     98:        :nx=t1200:tc=2400-baud:
                     99: t1200:\
                    100:        :nx=t19200:tc=1200-baud:
                    101:
                    102: #
                    103: #telebit (9600)
                    104: #
                    105: t9600:\
                    106:        :nx=t2400a:tc=19200-baud:
                    107: t2400a:\
                    108:        :nx=t1200a:tc=2400-baud:
                    109: t1200a:\
                    110:        :nx=t9600:tc=1200-baud:
                    111:
                    112: #
                    113: # Odd special case terminals
                    114: #
1.10      perry     115: Console|Console Decwriter II:\
                    116:        :rw:tc=300-baud:
1.1       cgd       117:
1.10      perry     118: Console-1200|Console Decwriter III:\
                    119:        :rw:tc=1200-baud:
1.1       cgd       120:
                    121: X|Xwindow|X window system:\
1.10      perry     122:        :rw:sp#9600:
1.1       cgd       123:
1.10      perry     124: Pc|Pc console:\
1.9       mycroft   125:        :np:sp#9600:
1.6       pk        126:
                    127: # 8 bit clean Sun console
1.10      perry     128: suncons|Sun Console:\
1.6       pk        129:        :np:sp#9600:
1.1       cgd       130:
                    131: #
                    132: # Plugboard, and misc other terminals
                    133: #
                    134: plug-9600|Plugboard-9600:\
                    135:        :pf#1:tc=9600-baud:
1.10      perry     136: P9600|Plugboard-9600-rotary:\
1.1       cgd       137:        :pf#1:nx=P300:tc=9600-baud:
1.10      perry     138: P300|Plugboard-300:\
1.1       cgd       139:        :pf#1:nx=P1200:tc=300-baud:
1.10      perry     140: P1200|Plugboard-1200:\
1.1       cgd       141:        :pf#1:nx=P9600:tc=1200-baud:
                    142:
                    143: #
                    144: # XXXX Port selector
                    145: #
1.10      perry     146: DSW|Port Selector:\
1.1       cgd       147:        :ps:sp#2400:
                    148:
                    149: #
                    150: # Auto-baud speed detect entry for Micom 600.
                    151: # Special code in getty will switch this out
                    152: # to one of the NNN-baud entries.
                    153: #
1.10      perry     154: Auto-baud:\
1.1       cgd       155:        :ab:sp#2400:f0#040:

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