I have an SCO Openserver Enterprise Unix system that has been functioning well for years. We need help enabling pseudo-tty's. For some unknown reason, all of a sudden we cannnot log in using character terminal emulators (pro comm plus). After the prompt to login, the response is that the virtual terminal "ttyp0 is not enabled. contact system administrator". Looking at SCO's documentation, it talks about editing a file /usr/pci/pciptys which evidently determines which pseudo-ttys are available. However, when I go the the usr directory, there is not a pci directory there. I also found a reference to the etc/conf/cf.d/[url removed, login to view] file, which I looked at and did not see any ttyp ports. We need help enabling login's for character terminals, both off our LAN and via the internet.
1) Complete support via email to accomplish a fully-functional working pseudo-tty capability on our local unix computer. 2) Project will be considered complete when multiple users are able to login from both the LAN and via telenet on the web from a remote computer, all using the terminal emulation program ProCom Plus.
SCO OpenServer Enterprise edition.