Re: Debian secretary not working...
When Phillip Neumann wrote, I replied:
> I cannot get xringd to work.
> Here is my /etc/xringd.conf file:
> -a echo Ring...
> R 1-6 R 8 : echo Got ya
Since xringd runs as a daemon, (I assume by the name, I don't actually
your echos probably go to something like xringd.log somewhere.
> 1)It is supposted that when reciving a call, a "Ring.." will apear on
> screen at the same
> time that ring on the phone isnit?? Well nothing apear when the phone
> 2) After 2 rings and hang up, linux shuold write "got ya" insit? well
> this is
> not happening too...
> When booting there apear a lot of messages including:
> Starting phone line monitor: xringd.
> So i think its `turned on'.
To be sure whether it's "turned on" do this:
ps ax | grep xringd | grep -v grep
if xringd is running, you'll see a line that mentions xringd.
> How can i get xrings to work ??
> PS: where is supposted linux to write "ring..."?? on a term ?? and all
> users will see "ring..."??
I'd assume it'd raise a box in your X window, but as I said earlier, I
don't actually use xringd yet. HTH
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