UNIX® has always had support for serial communications. In fact, the very first UNIX machines relied on serial lines for user input and output. Things have changed a lot from the days when the average ``terminal'' consisted of a 10-character-per-second serial printer and a keyboard. This chapter will cover some of the ways in which DragonFly uses serial communications.
After reading this chapter, you will know:
How to connect terminals to your DragonFly system.
How to use a modem to dial out to remote hosts.
How to allow remote users to login to your system with a modem.
How to boot your system from a serial console.
Before reading this chapter, you should:
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