If the active Virtual Terminal is /dev/ttyN, then prints N on
If the console is a serial console, then "serial" is printed
Prints short usage message and exits.
Prints version number and exits.
Will show the next unallocated virtual terminal. Normally
6 virtual terminals are allocated, with number 7 used for
X; this will return "8" in this case.
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