> On 11.08.2012 20:22, Mats O Jansson wrote:
> >> So I did sh MAKEDEV ttyD1, and modify my xorg.conf like,
> > Where did you get ttyD1 from? Try to add ttyE0.
> I have chosen ttyD1 because I think I had to choose the next ttyD* after
> Unfortunately, I have the same error with ttyE0.
Just for the record, if someone is having problems in the future...
Since I havn't seen a dmesg i guess that wsdisplay0 is your graphics card
on your pc (/dev/ttyC0). udl0 is wsdisplay1 (/dev/ttyD0). So udl1 is
You can use wsconsctl to verify which device it should be.
on my laptop i get (with one udl device)...
# wsconsctl -f /dev/ttyC0 display.type
# wsconsctl -f /dev/ttyD0 display.type
# wsconsctl -f /dev/ttyE0 display.type
wsconsctl: /dev/ttyE0: No such file or directory
if I add /dev/ttyE0, with MAKEDEV, i'll get
wsconctl: /dev/ttyE0: Device not configured
Just giving wsconsctl will show both display.* and display1.*