The OS on my computer is SCO OpenServer Release 5 - 3.2v5.0.5
Does this version support USB? If so, does anyone know what the address would be. It appears to be 'tty(*)'. On this system, tty1a is the RS-232 port which is connected to the controller of the machine operated by this computer and 'tty01' thru 'tty12' are screens F1-F12.
The short answer is no. Version 5.0.5 does not support USB devices. However please check the AP Lawerence link in my previous post, there may be a way around it.(I check for new stuff in there every few months, so there maybe something you can use)
tty's usually are modems, and display terminals.
A USB printer IF it will work, would be assigned to either a printer port (lp).
Is there an easy way to setup a cross-over cable (USB-USB) between a linux box and a windows PC? My 2 machines are next to each other but I really do not want to keep transfering my files using my USB drive.
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