strsetup - STREAMS setup and information command
-c Lists the current kernel configuration of STREAMS modules and devices.
Any user can run the strsetup -c command.
-d Deletes all character special files listed in the configuration file
that do not map to currently configured STREAMS drivers.
-f Specifies a file that contains the specifications to build third party
or installation-specific character files for STREAMS-based drivers. It
uses the same specification format as the strsetup.conf file.
-i Creates the STREAMS-based special files appropriate for your kernel
configuration. By default the strsetup command uses the information in
the /etc/strsetup.conf file to build the STREAMS-based special files
with the correct names, file permissions, and minor numbers. If the
strsetup.conf file does not exist, the strsetup command defaults to
creating clone character special files.
The strsetup -i command is run automatically at boot time.
The strsetup command displays the setup of your STREAMS modules and creates
the appropriate character special files for the STREAMS-based drivers in
your kernel configuration.
Default directory in which the -i option creates the pseudodevices