wwconfig - Configures tty features for Asian countries
/usr/sbin/wwconfig [-a |-A | -d | -D] [-n | -N]
Merges worldwide support tty features into the system configuration file by prompting you to choose among options. Merges all worldwide support tty features into the system configuration file. When you specify the -A flag, you are not prompted to choose among options. Deletes from the system configuration file only the worldwide support tty features that have been de-installed. Deletes all worldwide support tty features from the system configuration file. Does not rebuild the kernel. Rebuilds the network kernel .vmunix for DMS support.
The wwconfig procedure integrates worldwide support tty features into the running kernel or removes those features from the kernel. Currently, you can configure a generic Asian multibyte tty driver (atty) and a single-byte Thai tty driver (ttty) into the running kernel.
The Asian tty driver has several optional features that you can choose to set up. Depending on which subsets are installed, the wwconfig procedure may ask questions on the following topics: The UTX daemons to start and connect to the atty driver through the utxd daemon
As is true for kernel layered products, the wwconfig command uses the kreg utility to register the worldwide support tty features. After the kernel configuration process completes, config.file in the /usr/i18n/sys/BINARY directory is updated to reflect the tty features that you selected. The current system configuration file is also updated, if necessary.
Because the tty features are registered through the kreg utility, you can use the doconfig command to build a new kernel without affecting the current setup for worldwide support tty features.
Commands: stty(1), kreg(8), kkcd(8), odld(8), simd(8), utxd(8)
Others: Chinese(5), Japanese(5), Thai(5) delim off