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PCMCIA modem problems after hamm upgrade

I have just upgraded from bo to hamm (which was quite a task -- I put
in the wrong directory structure into dpkg-ftp and it completely
corrupted my status file -- thank Gd for backups...).

I've now updated all my packages to the versions in the stable hamm
release, and have recompiled my kernel (2.0.34).  I have a laptop with
a PCMCIA modem (Psion Dacom Gold 56K).  I have compiled my pcmcia
utils to match the current kernel.  I have the latest versions of
netbase, dip, ppp, etc.  However, when I try to connect to either my
college (via SLIP) or my ISP (via PPP), the connection appears to be
made with no problems (I use dip, with the same script I used before
upgrading), but then the line is disconnected immediately.  So I can't
connect to the outside world from home.  8-(

Has anyone got any suggestions for how to fix this problem?  All help



       Julian Gilbey                     Email: J.D.Gilbey@qmw.ac.uk
       Dept of Mathematical Sciences,
       Queen Mary & Westfield College,
       Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, ENGLAND

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