Fatal trap 12 caused by moused(8) -p /dev/cual0
Using DragonFly 4.0.3 on a DillPwnradgex950, reading the man page for moused(8). Trying to figure out how DragonFly can access Dill's remote console mouse. The example for determining protocol of a serial mouse calls for
#moused -p /dev/cuaa0 -i type
since cuaa0 and cuaa1 are non responsive, I try cuala0, and trigger a fatal trap.
What can I do to be helpful with disarming this trap? Screenshot is attached.
Updated by opvalues almost 8 years ago
Sorry if I was innaccurate in my initial report, I was going by memory.
The DRAC (RemoteAccessConsole) mouse is apparently USB, but I was trying serial ports trying to find it.
/dev/cuaa0 and /dev/cuaa1 were no-op, /dev/cuaia0 caused the crash.
My system also has /dev/cuaia1, /dev/cuala0, /dev/cuala1, wasn't sure if they were verions of serial ports or other devices, and I saw no man pages, so I started to try them.