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strsetup - STREAMS setup and information command
The strsetup command displays the setup of your STREAMS modules
and creates the appropriate character special files for the
STREAMS-based drivers in your kernel configuration.
Lists the current kernel configuration of
STREAMS modules and devices.
Any user can run the strsetup -c command.
Deletes all character special files listed in the configuration file that do
not map to currently configured STREAMS drivers.
Specifies a file that contains the
specifications to build third party or installation-specific
character files for STREAMS-based drivers.
It uses the same specification format as the
Creates the STREAMS-based special files appropriate
for your kernel configuration. By default the strsetup
command uses the information in the /etc/strsetup.conf file to build
the STREAMS-based special files with the correct names,
file permissions, and minor numbers. If the strsetup.conf
file does not exist, the strsetup command
defaults to creating clone character special files.
strsetup -i command is run automatically at boot time.
Default directory in which the -i option creates the pseudodevices
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