RE: Netscape Communicator and Mail
It's no quite so. The xisp realy distroyed the system. I wasn't very carefull
and it removed a lot of my base packages because of the dependencies. As the
system it was only one week old, I reinstaled everything without many remorses.
And for mail I have to use Win95. 8-(
By the way, can I use xisp with xforms 0.81 ? Even that xisp whants
xforms>=0.86 ? And will this package magically solve my problemes ?
About the dial tone now. The minicom has no problem to get the dial tone. The
pppd on the other hand has. Why ? I have try the "," with now use. I still get
"NO CARRIER" while minicom has no problem to get it !!! (The micom makes the
modem to "beeeeeeeeep" while the scripts don't).
Any other idea ?
On Saturday, March 21, 1998 3:12 PM, Martin Bialasinski
> Ionut Borcoman <email@example.com> writes:
> > I have made the changes to the files you have mentioned. I still am
> > unable to connect. In fact, the modem looks to answer (it respond with
> > OK to a coomand like AT&F), but, when I want to call my ISP (using
> > ATD2221479\r) I get no dial tone and the process is timed out and
> > started from the begining.
> No dial tone means a hardware problem. Check your wires. Also change the
> phonenummber to w2221479 . The "w" makes the modem wait some seconds. So
> you should hear the relais klick and "catch" the line. You should hear the
> dialtone ("beeeeeeeeeeee" in germay). Then the modem should dial the
> number and you get this faxlike sounds.
> > PS: I have try xisp and finished with my system distroyed because xisp
> > xforms which are in hamm. 8-(
> You certainly don't have your "system destroyed". This is not
> winblows. You still use it, don't you. Only the xisp package didn't fully
> install because of a missing package.
> There is xforms 0.81 in bo, but you better use xorms 0.86 . I just
> uploaded a deb of it at ftp://18.104.22.168/pub/
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