On 6/29/20 9:46 PM, Tomasz Rola wrote:
And BTW, looking how they did it on systems where
things worked might
give you a clue, too. For example, when you install a package, there
might be a script setting thing up in a correct way.
Agreed. I have four systems in this current micro UUCP network, one
Ubuntu and three Gentoo, all working happily with each other.
The macOS system that I am working on adding to the mix is the cranky
one. And even then, it's only cranky if you don't sweet talk it. If
you do sweet talk it, it works like it should.
Here, sweet talk means adding "-r" to uuto and uucp, then calling uucico
as the UUCP user.
Grant. . . .
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