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Problem Seen in SCO OpenServer With the getty Flushing Data After the Login: Prompt

Problem Seen in SCO OpenServer With the getty Flushing Data After the Login: Prompt

On some versions of SCO OpenServer a problem is seen logging into terminals where getty is flushing data after the Login: prompt.

Try adding -n to the getty entry:

From the man page:

-n

Disables the keyboard flush delay for reliably connected serial lines. Without this option, getty discards input for a short time (about 1 second) after displaying its prompt. This is to avoid interpreting modem connect noise or a directly connected system''s login prompt as a user name. The delay is automatically disabled on console multiscreens.


Last updated: Aug 08, 2017

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