ps: m2 doesn't work for modem volume - get error message, ATM1L3 is what's
in already for enabling modem speaker - doesn't seem to enable it thouhgh,
but it doesn't give me any errors either. Will have to dig out the list of
commands for my modem.
>From: "Kevin O'Riordan" <k_oriordan at hotmail.com>
>To: donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com, cork at linux.ie>Subject: Re: [CLUG] gnome-ppp dialing outside number
>Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 11:01:26 +0000
>>Inserting commas works alright, still having problems making the connection
>though - looking back at the IOL Free thread, are there any known problems
>with getting other ISPs to work under linux?
>>>>From: Donncha O Caoimh <donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com>
>>To: "Kevin O'Riordan" <k_oriordan at hotmail.com>, cork at linux.ie>>Subject: Re: [CLUG] gnome-ppp dialing outside number
>>Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 11:24:31 +0100
>>>>Not knowing anything about the app, here's some things to try:
>>>>1. enable logging and see what the program sends to the modem. This would
>>inside gnome-ppp and I don't know if it supports logging.
>>2. Add "m2" to the init string sent to the modem. This'll turn on the
>>internal speaker so you can hear exactly what it's dialing. Listen for the
>>>>>>On Monday 16 September 2002 14:48, Kevin Yeah Yeah Yeah O'Riordan wrote:
>> > Does anyone know in gnome-ppp how to dial an outside line prefix
>> > by the number? Have tried prefix space number and prefix comma number
>> > both didn't work.
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