>>>>> "larry" == larry ives <email@example.com> writes:
larry> I have just installed Debian off of disks. During
larry> installation I did set up the basic loopback for my network
larry> even though my machine is not on a network. I want to get
larry> my modem to dial up my ISP so that I can install some
larry> Debian packages off of the ftp site. I can't seem to get my
larry> modem to dial out. I'm using the ppp.chatscript with the
larry> appropriate modifications but my log says that the chat
larry> script is failing. I can't even hear my modem make an
larry> attempt at dialing. Am I missing some thing?
Ben's 3 Steps to EZ-PPP under Debian:
1) edit /etc/ppp.chatscript. Fill in blanks.
2) edit /etc/resolv.conf. Make sure there's a line:
(replace 188.8.131.52 with your ISP's nameserver's IP addy)
chmod 644 /etc/resolv.conf to be sure everyone can read it
3) ln -s /dev/ttySX /dev/modem
Replace X with the address of your modem. This number is 1 less
than the COM port under DOS. (i.e. COM1 => /dev/ttyS0, COM2 =>
/dev/ttyS1, et cetera)
Then just run 'pon' to dial up, and 'poff' to turn off and hang up.
'plog' will show you exactly what your modem's doing.
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