Cross compiled interceptty for AR.Drone

I cross-compiled the interceptty tool for the AR.Drone 2.0 for messing around with a GPS receiver, here's the binary:

http://www.redsilico.com/sites/default/files/interceptty

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Hi Andy,

I tried to use the interceptty tool like this:

mv /dev/ttyO0 /dev/ttyO0-orig

./interceptty -o ttyO0.out /dev/ttyO0-orig /dev/ttyO0

and I get the error message: Couldn't openpty: No such file or directry

what would be the correct way?

It has been a long time since I used it so really cannot remember, but I don't think you need to move the original TTY, instead it will create a new file for your application to connect to. It's probably best to go to the author's site:

http://www.suspectclass.com/sgifford/interceptty/interceptty.html

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