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Re: scipt for dialup timer

Taking this back on the list.

On Thu, Nov 06, 2008 at 02:40:49PM +1100, Ray Burke wrote:
> I did join the list as registered but it auto took me to your email
> address, after joining, the problem is cause I am new with linux,
> Idont know how to do what you said?
> ray> Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2008 22:33:44 -0500> To: rayburke30@hotmail.com>
> Subject: Re: scipt for dialup timer> From: dtutty@vianet.ca> > On Wed,
> Nov 05, 2008 at 07:28:37PM -0800, rayburke30@hotmail.com wrote:> > I
> am a newbie to Kubuntu and dotan aked a question on nabble for me,> >
> so I decided to join up, and would like to know about how to script
> and also to save the data> > auto to a file for future
> reference??????????> > Ray,> > Dotan asked a question on the debian
> mailing list. The list code of> conduct is that you don't send
> questions directly to people who> subscribe to the list. Read the code
> and join the list proper.> > Then ask a suitable question.> > How to
> script? You write a shell script. This is unix after all.> > You can
> also just note the time stamps in /var/log/syslog where pppd> puts the
> entries that note the link coming up and going down. > > Doug.>
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Could someone who knows something about non-unix systems help Ray to get
his email going to the list and not me?  The last time I used a non-unix
system, it was OS/2 and there was no Internet.



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