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# $FreeBSD: src/etc/gettytab,v 1.17.2.3 2001/09/27 08:47:55 murray Exp $
# $DragonFly: src/etc/gettytab,v 1.4 2008/08/31 17:37:19 swildner Exp $
# from: @(#)gettytab 5.14 (Berkeley) 3/27/91
#
# Most of the table entries here are just copies of the old getty table,
# it is by no means certain, or even likely, that any of them are optimal
# for any purpose whatever. Nor is it likely that more than a couple are
# even correct.
#
# The default gettytab entry, used to set defaults for all other
# entries, and in cases where getty is called with no table name.
#
# cb, ce and ck are desirable on most crt's. The non-crt entries need to
# be changed to turn them off (:cb@:ce@:ck@:).
#
# lc should always be on; it's a remainder of some stone age when there
# have been terminals around not being able of handling lower-case
# characters. Those terminals aren't supported any longer, but getty is
# `smart' about them by default.
#
# Parity defaults to even, but the Pc entry and all the `std' entries
# specify no parity. The different parities are:
# (none): same as even except -inpck instead of inpck for login.
# ep: getty will use raw mode (cs8 -parenb) (unless rw is set) and
# fake parity. login will use even parity (cs7 parenb -parodd).
# op: same as ep except odd parity (cs7 parenb parodd) for login.
# op overrides ep.
# ap: same as ep except -inpck instead of inpck for login.
# ap overrides op and ep.
# np: 1. don't fake parity in getty. The fake parity garbles
# characters on non-terminals (like pccons) that don't
# support parity. It would probably better for getty not to
# try to fake parity. It could just use cbreak mode so as
# not to force cs8 and let the hardware handle the parity.
# login has to be rely on the hardware anyway.
# 2. set PASS8, giving cs8 -parenb -istrip -inpck.
# np:ep: same as np except inpck.
# np:op: same as np:ep except for parodd (but parodd is overridden).
# np:ap: same as np except istrip.
#
default:\
:cb:ce:ck:lc:fd#1000:im=\r\n%s/%m (%h) (%t)\r\n\r\n:sp#1200:\
:if=/etc/issue:
#
# Fixed speed entries
#
# The "std.NNN" names are known to the special case
# portselector code in getty, however they can
# be assigned to any table desired.
# The "NNN-baud" names are known to the special case
# autobaud code in getty, and likewise can
# be assigned to any table desired (hopefully the same speed).
#
a|std.110|110-baud:\
:np:nd#1:cd#1:uc:sp#110:
b|std.134|134.5-baud:\
:np:nd#1:cd#2:ff#1:td#1:sp#134:ht:nl:
1|std.150|150-baud:\
:np:nd#1:cd#2:td#1:fd#1:sp#150:ht:nl:lm=\E\72\6\6\17login\72 :
c|std.300|300-baud:\
:np:nd#1:cd#1:sp#300:
d|std.600|600-baud:\
:np:nd#1:cd#1:sp#600:
f|std.1200|1200-baud:\
:np:fd#1:sp#1200:
6|std.2400|2400-baud:\
:np:sp#2400:
7|std.4800|4800-baud:\
:np:sp#4800:
2|std.9600|9600-baud:\
:np:sp#9600:
g|std.19200|19200-baud:\
:np:sp#19200:
std.38400|38400-baud:\
:np:sp#38400:
std.57600|57600-baud:\
:np:sp#57600:
std.115200|115200-baud:\
:np:sp#115200:
std.230400|230400-baud:\
:np:sp#230400:
#
# Entry specifying explicit device settings. See termios(4) and
# /usr/include/termios.h, too. The entry forces the tty into
# CLOCAL mode (so no DCD is required), and uses Xon/Xoff flow control.
#
# cflags: CLOCAL | HUPCL | CREAD | CS8
# oflags: OPOST | ONLCR | OXTABS
# iflags: IXOFF | IXON | ICRNL | IGNPAR
# lflags: IEXTEN | ICANON | ISIG | ECHOCTL | ECHO | ECHOK | ECHOE | ECHOKE
#
# The `0' flags don't have input enabled. The `1' flags don't echo.
# (Echoing is done inside getty itself.)
#
local.9600|CLOCAL tty @ 9600 Bd:\
:c0#0x0000c300:c1#0x0000cb00:c2#0x0000cb00:\
:o0#0x00000007:o1#0x00000002:o2#0x00000007:\
:i0#0x00000704:i1#0x00000000:i2#0x00000704:\
:l0#0x000005cf:l1#0x00000000:l2#0x000005cf:\
:sp#9600:
#
# Dial in rotary tables, speed selection via 'break'
#
0|d300|Dial-300:\
:nx=d1200:cd#2:sp#300:
d1200|Dial-1200:\
:nx=d150:fd#1:sp#1200:
d150|Dial-150:\
:nx=d110:lm@:tc=150-baud:
d110|Dial-110:\
:nx=d300:tc=300-baud:
#
# Fast dialup terminals, 2400/1200/300 rotary (can start either way)
#
D2400|d2400|Fast-Dial-2400:\
:nx=D1200:tc=2400-baud:
3|D1200|Fast-Dial-1200:\
:nx=D300:tc=1200-baud:
5|D300|Fast-Dial-300:\
:nx=D2400:tc=300-baud:
#
#telebit (19200)
#
t19200:\
:nx=t2400:tc=19200-baud:
t2400:\
:nx=t1200:tc=2400-baud:
t1200:\
:nx=t19200:tc=1200-baud:
#
#telebit (9600)
#
t9600:\
:nx=t2400a:tc=9600-baud:
t2400a:\
:nx=t1200a:tc=2400-baud:
t1200a:\
:nx=t9600:tc=1200-baud:
#
# Odd special case terminals
#
-|tty33|asr33|Pity the poor user of this beast:\
:tc=110-baud:
4|Console|Console Decwriter II:\
:nd@:cd@:rw:tc=300-baud:
e|Console-1200|Console Decwriter III:\
:fd@:nd@:cd@:rw:tc=1200-baud:
i|Interdata console:\
:uc:sp#0:
l|lsi chess terminal:\
:sp#300:
X|Xwindow|X window system:\
:fd@:nd@:cd@:rw:sp#9600:
P|Pc|Pc console:\
:ht:np:sp#115200:
#
# Wierdo special case for fast crt's with hardcopy devices
#
8|T9600|CRT with hardcopy:\
:nx=T300:tc=9600-baud:
9|T300|CRT with hardcopy (300):\
:nx=T9600:tc=300-baud:
#
# Plugboard, and misc other terminals
#
plug-9600|Plugboard-9600:\
:pf#1:tc=9600-baud:
p|P9600|Plugboard-9600-rotary:\
:pf#1:nx=P300:tc=9600-baud:
q|P300|Plugboard-300:\
:pf#1:nx=P1200:tc=300-baud:
r|P1200|Plugboard-1200:\
:pf#1:nx=P9600:tc=1200-baud:
#
# XXXX Port selector
#
s|DSW|Port Selector:\
:ps:sp#2400:
#
# Auto-baud speed detect entry for Micom 600.
# Special code in getty will switch this out
# to one of the NNN-baud entries.
#
A|Auto-baud:\
:ab:sp#2400:f0#040:
#
# autologin - automatically log in as root
#
autologin|al.9600:\
:al=root:tc=std.9600:
al.19200:\
:al=root:tc=std.19200:
al.38400:\
:al=root:tc=std.38400:
al.57600:\
:al=root:tc=std.57600:
al.115200:\
:al=root:tc=std.115200:
al.230400:\
:al=root:tc=std.230400:
al.Pc:\
:al=root:tc=Pc
#
# Entries for 3-wire serial terminals. These don't supply carrier, so
# clocal needs to be set, and crtscts needs to be unset.
#
3wire.9600|9600-3wire:\
:np:nc:sp#9600:
3wire.19200|19200-3wire:\
:np:nc:sp#19200:
3wire.38400|38400-3wire:\
:np:nc:sp#38400:
3wire.57600|57600-3wire:\
:np:nc:sp#57600:
3wire.115200|115200-3wire:\
:np:nc:sp#115200:
3wire.230400|230400-3wire:\
:np:nc:sp#230400:
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