PortServer TS 1/2/4
OS -> Redhat Enterprise 7.2
installed Realport Driver for Linux ver. 1.9-36, src.rpm version
rpmbuild --rebuild 40002086_X.src.rpm
# rpm -iv dgrp-1.9-36.x86_64.rpm
Running Post Install script...
Added RealPort (dgrp) scripts to system startup
Checking to see if UDEV appears to be used on this system...
Yes, moving Digi RealPort UDEV rules to correct location
directly after installing the driver I could create a new node using the command
/usr/bin/dgrp/config/dgrp_cfg_node init -v -v -s 38400 -e never -m 666 r1 192.168.100.90 1
[root@ivnch dev]# ls -l ttyr*
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13 Oct 16 22:13 ttyr100 -> tty_dgrp_r1_0
I could access the connected modem. Everything was OK.
Then I rebooted the Linux server and since then the /dev devices
are not created anymore.
It seems there is something broken with UDEV.
# cat /etc/udev/rules.d/10-dgrp.rules
KERNEL=="tty_dgrp*", PROGRAM="/usr/bin/dgrp_udev %k", SYMLINK+="%c", TAG="systemd"
KERNEL=="cu_dgrp*", PROGRAM="/usr/bin/dgrp_udev %k", SYMLINK+="%c", TAG="systemd"
KERNEL=="pr_dgrp*", PROGRAM="/usr/bin/dgrp_udev %k", SYMLINK+="%c", TAG="systemd"
I uninstalled the dgrp rpm package and removed all settings.
Then reinstalled everything but did not manage to get the /dev devices
Is the Realport driver verified to work on Redhat Enterprise 7.2?