1: /*	uucp.h	5.11	86/02/12	*/
   2: 
   3: #include <stdio.h>
   4: 
   5: /*
   6:  * Determine local uucp name of this machine.
   7:  * Define one of the following:
   8:  *
   9:  * For UCB 4.1A and later systems, you will have the gethostname(2) call.
  10:  * If this call exists, define GETHOSTNAME.
  11:  *
  12:  * For USG 3.0 and later systems, you will have the uname(2) call.
  13:  * If this call exists, define UNAME.
  14:  *
  15:  * Some systems have a line of the form '#define sysname "myuucpname",'
  16:  * in the file /usr/include/whoami.h, to identify their machine.
  17:  * If your site does that, define WHOAMI.
  18:  *
  19:  * If your site has <whoami.h>, but you do not want to read
  20:  * that file every time uucp runs, you can compile sysname into uucp.
  21:  * This is faster and more reliable, but binaries do not port.
  22:  * If you want to do that, define CCWHOAMI.
  23:  *
  24:  * Some systems put the local uucp name in a single-line file
  25:  * named /etc/uucpname or /local/uucpname.
  26:  * If your site does that, define UUNAME.
  27:  *
  28:  * Systems running 3Com's UNET will have the getmyhname() call.
  29:  * If you want to, define GETMYHNAME.
  30:  *
  31:  * You should also define MYNAME to be your uucp name.
  32:  *
  33:  * For each of the above that are defined, uucp checks them in order.
  34:  * It stops on the first method that returns a non null name.
  35:  * If everything fails, it uses "unknown" for the system name.
  36:  */
  37: #define GETHOSTNAME /**/
  38: /* #define UNAME	/**/
  39: /* #define WHOAMI	/**/
  40: /* #define CCWHOAMI	/**/
  41: /* #define UUNAME	/**/
  42: /* #define GETMYHNAME	/**/
  43: /* If the above fails ... */
  44: #define MYNAME  "erehwon"
  45: 
  46: /*
  47:  * If you have it, include <sysexits.h> to use exit
  48:  * codes that will be understood by sendmail.
  49:  * Otherwise, define EX_NOHOST, EX_CANTCREAT, and EX_NOINPUT.
  50:  */
  51: #include <sysexits.h>
  52: /*#define EX_NOINPUT	66	/**/
  53: /*#define EX_NOHOST	68	/**/
  54: /*#define EX_CANTCREAT	73	/**/
  55: 
  56: /*
  57:  * Define the various kinds of connections to include.
  58:  * The complete list is in the condevs array in condevs.c
  59:  */
  60: #define ATT2224     /* AT&T 2224 */
  61: #define BSDTCP      /* 4.2bsd or 2.9bsd TCP/IP */
  62: #define CDS224      /* Concord Data Systems 2400 */
  63: /* #define DATAKIT	/* ATT's datakit */
  64: #define DF02        /* Dec's DF02/DF03 */
  65: #define DF112       /* Dec's DF112 */
  66: #define DN11        /* "standard" DEC dialer */
  67: #define HAYES       /* Hayes' Smartmodem */
  68: #define HAYES2400   /* Hayes' 2400 baud Smartmodem */
  69: /* #define MICOM	/* Micom Mux port */
  70: #define NOVATION    /* Novation modem */
  71: #define PAD     /* X.25 PAD */
  72: #define PENRIL      /* PENRIL Dialer */
  73: /* #define PNET		/* Purdue network */
  74: #define RVMACS      /* Racal-Vadic MACS  820 dialer, 831 adaptor */
  75: /* #define SYTEK	/* Sytek Local Area Net */
  76: /* #define UNETTCP	/* 3Com's UNET */
  77: #define USR2400     /* USRobotics Courier 2400 */
  78: #define VA212       /* Racal-Vadic 212 */
  79: #define VA811S      /* Racal-Vadic 811S dialer, 831 adaptor */
  80: #define VA820       /* Racal-Vadic 820 dialer, 831 adaptor */
  81: #define VADIC       /* Racal-Vadic 345x */
  82: #define VENTEL      /* Ventel Dialer */
  83: #define VMACS       /* Racal-Vadic MACS  811 dialer, 831 adaptor */
  84: 
  85: #if defined(USR2400) && !defined(HAYES)
  86: #define HAYES
  87: #endif USR2400 && !HAYES
  88: 
  89: #if defined(UNETTCP) || defined(BSDTCP)
  90: #define TCPIP
  91: #endif
  92: 
  93: /*
  94:  * We need a timer to write slowly to certain modems.
  95:  * and for generating breaks.
  96:  *
  97:  * define INTERVALTIMER to use 4.[23] bsd interval timer.
  98:  * define FASTTIMER if you have the nap() system call.
  99:  * define FTIME if you have the ftime() system call.
 100:  * define BUSYLOOP if you must do a busy loop.
 101:  * Look at uucpdelay() in condevs.c for details.
 102:  */
 103: #define INTERVALTIMER
 104: /*#define FASTTIMER /**/
 105: /*#define FTIME /**/
 106: /*#define BUSYLOOP /**/
 107: 
 108: /*
 109:  * If your site is using "ndir.h" to retrofit the Berkeley
 110:  * directory reading routines, define NDIR.
 111:  * You will probably also have to set LIBNDIR in Makefile.
 112:  * Otherwise, <dir.h> is assumed to have the Berkeley directory definitions.
 113:  */
 114: /*#define	NDIR	/**/
 115: 
 116: /*
 117:  * If yours is a BTL system III, IV, V or so-on site, define USG.
 118:  */
 119: /*#define	USG	/**/
 120: 
 121: /*
 122:  * If you are running 4.3bsd, define BSD4_3 and BSD4_2
 123:  * If you are just running 4.2bsd, define BSD4_2
 124:  * If you are running the BRL version of 4.2BSD define BRL4_2, NOT BSD4_3
 125:  */
 126: #define BSD4_3  /**/
 127: #define BSD4_2  /**/
 128: /*#define BRL4_2 /**/
 129: 
 130: #if defined(BRL4_2) && !defined(BSD4_2)
 131: #define BSD4_2
 132: #undef BSD4_3
 133: #endif BRL4_2
 134: 
 135: /*
 136:  * If you are running 2.9bsd, define BSD2_9
 137:  */
 138: /*#define BSD2_9 	/**/
 139: 
 140: /*
 141:  * If you are using /etc/inetd with 4.2bsd, define BSDINETD
 142:  */
 143: #define BSDINETD    /**/
 144: 
 145: /*
 146:  * If you are running 4.3bsd or BRL 4.2, you are running the inetd
 147:  */
 148: 
 149: #if (defined(BSD4_3) || defined(BRL4_2)) && !defined(BSDINETD)
 150: #define BSDINETD
 151: #endif (BSD4_3 ||BRL4_2) && !BSDINETD
 152: 
 153: /*#define VMSDTR	/* Turn on modem control on vms(works DTR) for
 154: 			   develcon and gandalf ports to gain access */
 155: /*
 156:  *	If you want to use the same modem for dialing in and out define
 157:  *	DIALINOUT to be the localtion of the acucntrl program
 158:  */
 159: /* #define DIALINOUT	"/usr/lib/uucp/acucntrl" /**/
 160: 
 161: /*
 162:  *	If you want all ACU lines to be DIALINOUT, define ALLACUINOUT
 163:  */
 164: /* #define ALLACUINOUT	/**/
 165: 
 166: /* define the value of WFMASK - for umask call - used for all uucp work files */
 167: #define WFMASK 0137
 168: 
 169: /* define the value of LOGMASK - for LOGFILE, SYSLOG, ERRLOG */
 170: #define LOGMASK     0133
 171: 
 172: /* All files are given at least the following at the final destination */
 173: /* It is also the default mode, so '666' is recommended */
 174: /* and 444 is minimal (minimally useful, maximally annoying) */
 175: #define BASEMODE    0666
 176: 
 177: /*
 178:  * Define NOSTRANGERS if you don't want to accept transactions from
 179:  * sites that are not in your L.sys file (see cico.c)
 180:  */
 181: #define NOSTRANGERS /**/
 182: 
 183: /*
 184:  * Traditionally LCK (lock) files have been kept in /usr/spool/uucp.
 185:  * If you want that define LOCKDIR to be ".".
 186:  * If you want the locks kept in a subdirectory, define LOCKDIR as "LCK".
 187:  * Good news about LCK. subdirectory: the directory can be mode 777 so
 188:  * unprivileged programs can share the uucp locking system,
 189:  * and the subdirectory keeps down clutter in the main directory.
 190:  * The BAD news: you have to change 'tip' and another programs that
 191:  * know where the LCK files are kept, and you have to change your /etc/rc
 192:  * if your rc cleans out the lock files (as it should).
 193:  */
 194: /*#define	LOCKDIR	"LCK"	/**/
 195: #define LOCKDIR "." /**/
 196: 
 197: /*
 198:  * If you want uucp and uux to copy the data files by default,
 199:  * don't define DONTCOPY (This is the way older 4bsd uucps worked)
 200:  * If you want uucp and uux to use the original files instead of
 201:  * copies, define DONTCOPY (This is the way System III and V work)
 202:  */
 203: #define DONTCOPY    /**/
 204: 
 205: /*
 206:  * Very few (that I know of) systems use the sequence checking feature.
 207:  * If you are not going to use it (hint: you are not),
 208:  * do not define GNXSEQ.  This saves precious room on PDP11s.
 209:  */
 210: /*#define	GNXSEQ	/* comment this out to save space */
 211: 
 212: /*
 213:  * If you want the logfile stored in a file for each site instead
 214:  * of one file
 215:  * define LOGBYSITE as the directory to put the files in
 216:  */
 217: /*#define LOGBYSITE	"/usr/spool/uucp/LOG" /**/
 218: 
 219: #define XQTDIR      "/usr/spool/uucp/XTMP"
 220: #define SQFILE      "/usr/lib/uucp/SQFILE"
 221: #define SQTMP       "/usr/lib/uucp/SQTMP"
 222: #define SLCKTIME    5400    /* system/device timeout (LCK.. files) */
 223: #define SEQFILE     "/usr/lib/uucp/SEQF"
 224: #define SYSFILE     "/usr/lib/uucp/L.sys"
 225: #define DEVFILE     "/usr/lib/uucp/L-devices"
 226: #define DIALFILE    "/usr/lib/uucp/L-dialcodes"
 227: #define USERFILE    "/usr/lib/uucp/USERFILE"
 228: #define CMDFILE     "/usr/lib/uucp/L.cmds"
 229: #define ALIASFILE   "/usr/lib/uucp/L.aliases"
 230: 
 231: #define SPOOL       "/usr/spool/uucp"
 232: #define SYSLOG      "/usr/spool/uucp/SYSLOG"
 233: #define PUBDIR      "/usr/spool/uucppublic"
 234: 
 235: #define SQLOCK      "SQ"
 236: #define SEQLOCK     "SEQL"
 237: #define CMDPRE      'C'
 238: #define DATAPRE     'D'
 239: #define XQTPRE      'X'
 240: 
 241: #define LOGFILE     "/usr/spool/uucp/LOGFILE"
 242: #define ERRLOG      "/usr/spool/uucp/ERRLOG"
 243: #define CMDSDIR     "/usr/spool/uucp/C."
 244: #define DATADIR     "/usr/spool/uucp/D."
 245: #define XEQTDIR     "/usr/spool/uucp/X."
 246: 
 247: #define RMTDEBUG    "AUDIT"
 248: #define CORRUPT     "CORRUPT"
 249: #define SQTIME      60
 250: #define TRYCALLS    2   /* number of tries to dial call */
 251: 
 252: #define LLEN    50
 253: #define MAXRQST 250
 254: 
 255: #define DEBUG(l, f, s) if (Debug >= l) fprintf(stderr, f, s); else
 256: 
 257: #define ASSERT(e, s1, s2, i1) if (!(e)) {assert(s1, s2, i1);cleanup(FAIL);}else
 258: 
 259: #define delock(dev) rmlock(dev)
 260: #define mlock(dev)  ulockf(dev, SLCKTIME)
 261: 
 262: #define SAME        0
 263: #define ANYREAD     0004
 264: #define ANYWRITE    02
 265: #define FAIL        -1
 266: #define SUCCESS     0
 267: #define CNULL       (char *) 0
 268: #define STBNULL     (struct sgttyb *) 0
 269: #define MASTER      1
 270: #define SLAVE       0
 271: #define MAXFULLNAME 255
 272: #define MAXMSGTIME  45
 273: #define NAMESIZE    255
 274: #define MAXBASENAME 14
 275: #define SYSNSIZE    (MAXBASENAME-1-1-1-4)
 276: #define EOTMSG      "\04\n\04\n"
 277: #define CALLBACK    1
 278: #define ONEDAY      86400L
 279: 
 280:     /*  commands  */
 281: #define SHELL       "/bin/sh"
 282: #define MAIL        "/usr/lib/sendmail"
 283: #define UUCICO      "/usr/lib/uucp/uucico"
 284: #define UUXQT       "/usr/lib/uucp/uuxqt"
 285: #define UUCP        "uucp"
 286: 
 287:     /*  call connect fail stuff  */
 288: #define CF_SYSTEM   -1
 289: #define CF_TIME     -2
 290: #define CF_LOCK     -3
 291: #define CF_NODEV    -4
 292: #define CF_DIAL     -5
 293: #define CF_LOGIN    -6
 294: 
 295: #define F_NAME      0
 296: #define F_TIME      1
 297: #define F_LINE      2
 298: #define F_CLASS     3   /* an optional prefix and the speed */
 299: #define F_PHONE     4
 300: #define F_LOGIN     5
 301: 
 302: #define MAXPH       60  /* maximum length of a phone number */
 303: 
 304:     /* This structure tells how to get to a device */
 305: struct condev {
 306:     char *CU_meth;      /* method, such as 'ACU' or 'DIR' */
 307:     char *CU_brand;     /* brand, such as 'Hayes' or 'Vadic' */
 308:     int (*CU_gen)();    /* what to call to search for brands */
 309:     int (*CU_open)();   /* what to call to open brand */
 310:     int (*CU_clos)();   /* what to call to close brand */
 311: };
 312: 
 313:     /* This structure tells about a device */
 314: struct Devices {
 315: #define D_type      D_arg[0]
 316: #define D_line      D_arg[1]
 317: #define D_calldev   D_arg[2]
 318: #define D_class     D_arg[3]
 319: #define D_brand     D_arg[4]
 320: #define D_CHAT      5
 321:     int  D_numargs;
 322:     int  D_speed;
 323:     char *D_arg[20];
 324:     char D_argbfr[100];
 325: };
 326: 
 327:     /*  system status stuff  */
 328: #define SS_OK       0
 329: #define SS_NODEVICE 1
 330: #define SS_CALLBACK 2
 331: #define SS_INPROGRESS   3
 332: #define SS_FAIL     4
 333: #define SS_BADSEQ   5
 334: #define SS_WRONGTIME    6
 335: 
 336:     /*  fail/retry parameters  */
 337: #define RETRYTIME   600
 338: #define MAXRECALLS  25
 339: 
 340:     /*  stuff for command execution  */
 341: #define X_RQDFILE   'F'
 342: #define X_STDIN     'I'
 343: #define X_STDOUT    'O'
 344: #define X_CMD       'C'
 345: #define X_USER      'U'
 346: #define X_SENDFILE  'S'
 347: #define X_NONOTI    'N'
 348: #define X_RETURNTO  'R'
 349: #define X_NONZERO   'Z'
 350: #define X_LOCK      "XQT"
 351: #define X_LOCKTIME  3600L
 352: 
 353: #define WKDSIZE     100 /*  size of work dir name  */
 354: 
 355: #include <sys/types.h>
 356: #ifndef USG
 357: #include <sys/timeb.h>
 358: #else USG
 359: struct timeb
 360: {
 361:     time_t  time;
 362:     unsigned short millitm;
 363:     short   timezone;
 364:     short   dstflag;
 365: };
 366: #define rindex strrchr
 367: #define index strchr
 368: #endif USG
 369: 
 370: extern struct timeb Now;
 371: 
 372: extern int Ifn, Ofn;
 373: extern char *Rmtname;
 374: extern char User[];
 375: extern char Loginuser[];
 376: extern char *Spool;
 377: extern char Myname[];
 378: extern char Myfullname[];
 379: extern int Debug;
 380: extern int Bspeed;
 381: extern char Wrkdir[];
 382: extern time_t Retrytime;
 383: extern short Usrf;
 384: extern int IsTcpIp;
 385: extern char Progname[];
 386: extern int (*CU_end)();
 387: extern struct condev condevs[];
 388: extern char NOLOGIN[];
 389: 
 390: extern  char DLocal[], DLocalX[], *subfile(), *subdir();
 391: 
 392: /* Commonly called routines which return non-int value */
 393: extern  char *ttyname(), *strcpy(), *strcat(), *index(), *rindex(),
 394:         *fgets(), *calloc(), *malloc(), *fdig(), *ttyname(),
 395:         *cfgets(), *getwd(), *strpbrk(), *strncpy();
 396: extern  long lseek();
 397: extern  FILE *rpopen();
 398: extern time_t time();
 399: 
 400: extern char _FAILED[], CANTOPEN[], DEVNULL[];
 401: 
 402: #ifdef lint
 403: /* This horrible gross kludge is the only way I know to
 404:  * convince lint that signal(SIGINT,SIG_IGN) is legal. It hates SIG_IGN.
 405:  */
 406: #ifdef SIG_IGN
 407: #undef SIG_IGN
 408: #endif /* SIG_IGN */
 409: #define SIG_IGN main
 410: extern int main();
 411: #ifdef DEBUG
 412: #undef DEBUG
 413: #endif DEBUG
 414: #define DEBUG(a,b,c)
 415: #endif /* lint */

Defined struct's

condev defined in line 305; used 10 times

Defined macros

ALIASFILE defined in line 229; used 2 times
ANYWRITE defined in line 264; used 3 times
BASEMODE defined in line 175; used 6 times
BSD4_3 defined in line 126; used 5 times
BSDINETD defined in line 150; used 6 times
CALLBACK defined in line 277; never used
CF_LOCK defined in line 290; never used
CF_LOGIN defined in line 293; used 1 times
CF_TIME defined in line 289; used 4 times
CMDFILE defined in line 228; used 3 times
CMDSDIR defined in line 243; used 2 times
CNULL defined in line 267; used 111 times
DATADIR defined in line 244; used 1 times
DEBUG defined in line 414; used 454 times
DIALFILE defined in line 226; used 2 times
DONTCOPY defined in line 203; used 6 times
D_CHAT defined in line 320; used 5 times
D_brand defined in line 319; used 5 times
EOTMSG defined in line 276; used 4 times
ERRLOG defined in line 242; used 1 times
FAIL defined in line 265; used 144 times
F_LOGIN defined in line 300; used 1 times
F_NAME defined in line 295; used 4 times
F_TIME defined in line 296; used 2 times
GETHOSTNAME defined in line 37; used 1 times
INTERVALTIMER defined in line 103; used 1 times
LLEN defined in line 252; used 5 times
LOGFILE defined in line 241; used 3 times
LOGMASK defined in line 170; used 3 times
MAIL defined in line 282; used 1 times
MASTER defined in line 269; used 19 times
MAXRQST defined in line 253; used 4 times
MYNAME defined in line 44; used 2 times
NOSTRANGERS defined in line 181; used 1 times
ONEDAY defined in line 278; used 7 times
PAD defined in line 71; used 3 times
PUBDIR defined in line 233; used 2 times
RETRYTIME defined in line 337; used 1 times
RMTDEBUG defined in line 247; used 5 times
SEQFILE defined in line 223; used 4 times
SEQLOCK defined in line 236; used 3 times
SHELL defined in line 281; used 2 times
SIG_IGN defined in line 409; used 31 times
SLAVE defined in line 270; used 7 times
SLCKTIME defined in line 222; used 1 times
SQFILE defined in line 220; used 4 times
SQLOCK defined in line 235; used 7 times
SQTIME defined in line 249; used 1 times
SQTMP defined in line 221; used 7 times
SS_BADSEQ defined in line 333; used 4 times
SS_CALLBACK defined in line 330; used 1 times
SS_NODEVICE defined in line 329; used 1 times
SS_OK defined in line 328; used 7 times
SYSLOG defined in line 232; used 1 times
TCPIP defined in line 90; used 5 times
USERFILE defined in line 227; used 1 times
USR2400 defined in line 77; used 4 times
UUCP defined in line 285; used 1 times
UUXQT defined in line 284; used 1 times
WKDSIZE defined in line 353; used 2 times
XEQTDIR defined in line 245; used 2 times
XQTDIR defined in line 219; used 4 times
X_CMD defined in line 344; used 1 times
X_LOCK defined in line 350; used 2 times
X_LOCKTIME defined in line 351; used 1 times
X_NONOTI defined in line 347; used 1 times
X_NONZERO defined in line 349; used 1 times
X_RETURNTO defined in line 348; used 1 times
X_RQDFILE defined in line 341; used 11 times
X_SENDFILE defined in line 346; never used
X_STDIN defined in line 342; used 6 times
X_STDOUT defined in line 343; used 1 times
X_USER defined in line 345; used 1 times

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