I set one up in Columbus recently that did not use this. From what I gather they have removed this completely, but I could be wrong. * Nathan E Norman (email@example.com) wrote: > On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 12:09:37AM -0700, Ivan E. Moore II wrote: > > Package: wnpp > > Severity: normal > > > > I no longer use rrlogind as I no longer have a cable modem. They haven't > > updated the code for quite some time so most likely there will be little or > > no updates to this. > > > > Here is a description of the package: > > > > Description: Login daemon for the Road Runner Cable Modem Service > > Login daemon for the Road Runner Cable Modem Service. You need a dhcp > > client as well. This program takes care of the authentication piece > > for the Road Runner Cable Modem Service. > > These areas include, but are not limited to: North Eastern > > Ohio, Columbus Ohio, Austin Texas, Hawaii, Tampa Bay Fla, > > and Charlotte NC. > > Is this still necessary? I've got roadrunner here in minnesota and > they don't require any special login, just a dhcp client. > > -- > Nathan Norman - Staff Engineer | A good plan today is better > Micromuse Inc. | than a perfect plan tomorrow. > mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org | -- Patton -- Jason Cook PGP Fingerprint: D531 F4F4 BDBF 41D1 514D F930 FD03 262E 5120 BEDD PGP Key: http://www.reinit.org/pgp/ We are but packets in the internet of life.
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