2009-06-08 11:02:35     ncurses

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2009-06-08 11:02:35     ncurses

Jasper Horsting (BELGIUM)

Message: 75350   

 

Hey

 

after that my uclinux start up, my ncurses starts automaticly up to.

 

The window of my ncurses is visable but when i move the curser from the menu with my keys. It isn't responding.

 

 

 

This is the end of my /etc/rc file

 

...

 

export TERM=linux

export TERMINFO=/usr/share/terminfo

cd /tmp

chmod 777 main

./main

 

 

 

What must i do so that ncurses starts succesfully up and responds on my keys

 

thanks

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2009-06-08 11:07:36     Re: ncurses

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 75351   

 

/etc/rc does not run with stdin and such connected, so unless you reconnected those things, you must do it in your code

 

try running it manually from the terminal and see if it works

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2009-06-08 11:13:09     Re: ncurses

Jasper Horsting (BELGIUM)

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manually does it works but it has to go automaticly

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2009-06-08 12:02:27     Re: ncurses

Jasper Horsting (BELGIUM)

Message: 75358   

 

Mike

 

 

 

You have say something about reconnecting in your code. Wath did you mean?

 

Or can i make a script that runs after  uclinux fully starts up?

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2009-06-08 12:28:46     Re: ncurses

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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std{in,out,err} are just file descriptors.  your code has to make sure they're opened properly.  use /dev/console as the file.

 

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2009-06-08 13:01:02     Re: ncurses

Jasper Horsting (BELGIUM)

Message: 75365   

 

Hey

 

 

 

I do something rong but i don't now what

 

 

 

...

 

dhcpcd &

#ifconfig eth0 10.100.4.251 up

ifconfig lo 127.0.0.1

inetd &

export TERM=linux

export TERMINFO=/usr/share/terminfo

cd /tmp

chmod 777 main

chmod 777 starten

echo /tmp/main 2>/dev/null > /dev/console

 

 

 

is there a doc page about that?

 

 

 

Thanks

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2009-06-08 17:29:05     Re: ncurses

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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you sent stderr to /dev/null and stdout to /dev/console, but you still didnt redirect stdin.  you probably need "< /dev/console".

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