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Re: UNIX and ease of use

john@dhh.gt.org writes:

> > This is all of course assuming that wvdial does in fact work as well as
> > it sounds.  I still haven't tried it.
> I have.  It worked fine, but I don't care for the idea of keeping
> system configuration data in the user's home directory and having
> the user configure pppd.  It's ok for a user to request that a ppp
> link be brought up or down, but configuring it is a system
> administration task and should be done with a system administration
> tool.

Hmm.  Apparently I don't know enough about how WvDial works.  That
sounds a little strange.  I'll go check it out before I say anymore.

Rob Browning <rlb@cs.utexas.edu>
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