|ZS(4)||Device Drivers Manual (macppc)||ZS(4)|
zs* at macobio?
zstty* at zs?
zsis a Zilog 8530 serial interface chip used in Sun workstations and Apple Macintosh systems. On most newer Macintosh systems, the first port tty00 is connected to the internal modem. The second port is either not connected, or may be connected to an IRDA device (untested). It is possible to replace the internal modem on some system with a real serial port using third party hardware adapters.
zs driver supports all of the standard
tty(4) ioctl calls. The status of the DTR,
RTS, CTS, and DCD signals can be queried with TIOCMGET command, but, due to
limitations in the hardware, only the DTR and RTS signals can be modified
with TIOCMSET, TIOCMBIC, and TIOCMBIS
zsdriver first appeared in 4.4BSD. Support for the TIOCM* ioctl(2)s appeared in OpenBSD 2.3.
zsdriver now supports cua minor devices, but with this known deficiency in the simultaneous outgoing/incoming aspect of the driver: The first outgoing connection succeeds, but second and subsequent connections fail, apparently due to a getty hang. The hung getty apparently prevents the cua device from being re-opened.
|November 23, 2015||OpenBSD-current|