Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 11826
cat /dev/isdninfo echos nothing
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:55 EDT
The command "cat /dev/isdninfo" should echo status information about the
isdn-devices, but wiht Redhat 6.2 it doesn't.
ISDN works perfectly on my system and when I use isdnlog with the -v4
option, the informations that "cat /dev/isdninfo" should report are shown
in the log file.
As a result some tools that depend on that function don't work.
I've triede several things to fix this, but nothing helps
- compiled a new kernel to ensure isdn module support
- compiled and installed isdn4k-utils after deleting /dev/isdn*
- asked in the german isdn4linux Newsgroups for help, but nobody (even
S.u.S.E. staff) could help me to fix the problem.
BTW: Why don't you start isdnlog in /etc/rc.d/init.d/isdn with the -D
option? ps -ax|grep S80isdn shows, that the script doesn't end until I
Update the new kernel on ftp.redhat.com will fix this problem.