On Fri, Jan 21, 2000 at 09:38:16AM +0000, Donncha O Caoimh mentioned:
> This came up last night at the CLUG meeting in the Metropole.
> A few ideas were thrown around and it seems like an easyish job to write
> a script that'll setup your machine to dial your favourite ISP.
> Basically, all you have to do is ask the user what ISP they want to use,
> then if they need a username/pw ask them for that and then setup
> networking and device pppX on their machine.
RedHat 6.1 has one. You give it your username, password, and phone
number. It does the rest. It even finds the modem for you :)
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