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Re: [opensuse-factory] remote logins have strange keyboard setting... mostly latin, but not sure what? after fact update
El 02/06/13 16:04, Jan Engelhardt escribió:
On Sunday 2013-06-02 19:50, Linda Walsh wrote:

Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Sunday 2013-06-02 03:42, Linda Walsh wrote:
Nothing in the environment before/after seems strange (this
is how a pre-reset v. post reset looks from diff:
GPG_TTY=/dev/ttyp2 ö GPG_TTY=/dev/ttyp1
SSH_TTY=/dev/ttyp2 ö SSH_TTY=/dev/ttyp1
TTY=/dev/ttyp2 ö TTY=/dev/ttyp1
TTY_NAME=ttyp2 ö TTY_NAME=ttyp1
tty=/dev/ttyp2 ö tty=/dev/ttyp1

ttyp2 is strange. Why would you want to go back to ancient BSD ptys?

Not thought it was strange. Go back?
What else would they have looked like...?

Every sane system would likely use Unix98 ptys aka /dev/pts/N.
(Not that I think it makes a difference with regard to the "Latin
issue", but it's always funny to see how you disconfigure your system in
various ways.)

I wonder how she ended there... systemd will mount /dev/pts is a fatal error if systemd cannot mount it for whatever reason...

another good question is why the kernel still has CONFIG_LEGACY_PTYS=y when nothing should be using that ever..

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