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Need "crt" driver!!!

Posted on 1997-11-11
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I have tried to run an old cobol program. Since I don't have the source I was forced to run binaries. The result was following message

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febris:$ runcob
** Run-Time Error: No crt driver, Program: , line: 00000
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Could I run this program. Is it possible, and if it is please explain how.

Thanks in advance,
Vlatko Postolov

FOCUS S/H/D
focus@unet.com.mk
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Check out the Linux Newsgroup: comp.os.linux.misc!
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Suggestions:

If you are using a serial console, make a symbolic link from
/dev/crt to /dev/ttyX (whatever device you are really using).

You could also try to ensure that in the /etc/termcap entry
you have a crt entry.  If it isn't there, search for  vt100 or ansi and put a crt entry (using the same syntax!) beside one
of them and give it a shot.
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