text mode multi-seat (no-x11)
Remember the old days when we could plug a VT100 terminal into the serial port of our laptop, edit /etc/inittab, kill -1 1, and have a full text mode multi-seat system up and running. How can I connect a usb monitor and usb keyboard to my laptop and get the linux kernel/drivers to see them as a "usb terminal" without using X11?
Essentially, I want vt0 to be the system console using the built-in display/keyboard/mouse, vt1 to be usb terminal 1 attached to usb ports 1/2 and vt2 to be the usb terminal 2 attached to usb ports 3/4.
Debian squeeze is preferred, but not required.