Re: hamm and pon,pppd,chat
Thanks guys but I had an ace in my pocket after all. As soon as I had
sent this mail using IE mail, I booted to linux and to continue my
installation. After browsing all those .deb files I noticed that I had
pppconfig. Cool utility! Once again my Linux box was online.
Thanks for these mails.
Linux support is the best in the world!
On Sun, 3 May 1998, Bob Hilliard wrote:
> Does your chatscript contain "noauth" ? The hamm pppd package
> has "auth" enabled in the default /etc/ppp/options file, and for most
> ISPs it must be disabled either in the options file or in the
> chatscript. Does your ISP use PAP? If so look at
> /usr/doc/ppp/README.debian.gz for guidance.
> The easiest way to get ppp working is to get the package
> pppconfig. It is in the hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin/ directory on the
> mirrors, as pppconfig_*.deb. Of course, it won't be easy to download
> it if you can't get connected to the net. :-(
> > From: "Kechie" <email@example.com>
> > Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 01:57:17 +0800
> > Arrrrghhhh!!! I'm stuck with Winbloat95!!!!!!
> > I've recently upgraded to hamm and so far I have no problems until.....
> > I've installed the pppd patch. and it converted my old chatsript.
> > Now my problem is, my ISP disconnects me when I logon. What's my fault
> > guys???
> > I've tried to edit /etc/chatscripts/provider and it's my old ppp.chatscript
> > so I left it that way.
> > Do I need additional libraries??? like libpam? or something??? I think I
> > have not installed libpam version of ppp. Anyway if it's needed I'll
> > somehow try to figure out howto get it to my linux partition. I haven't
> > downloaded that package though.
> > I can live with manual connections, without the chatscripts, but show me
> > how guys. I don't know how to do manual connection.
> > Thanks!
> > Richard L. Alhama
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