Thank you I knew it was something stupid I was doing which was causing the
On Tue, 14 Mar 2000, Gary Mc Closkey wrote:
> EsatClear don't support scripted logins - PAP only. If you try scrpted logins, you will get the login prompt, but it'll always drop the connection after entering a password.
> Gary Mc Closkey
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>>> +-----Original Message-----
> +From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> +kilmartin mark
> +Sent: 14 March 2000 16:13
> +To: ilug at linux.ie> +Subject: [ILUG] esat nolimits
> +Just two quick questions(I hope)
> +Firstly I am trying to set up esat nolimits on my RH6 box at home I have
> +done this using login scripts the problem is that the connection is
> +Then using tail /var/log/messages I see that the username and password is
> +being sent, then something like connecting /dev/modem -> /ppp0 I could be
> +wrong on the exact line here
> +Then the connection is droped.
> +When I was using eircom after this last line I got local IP address and
> +remote IP address.
> +I am sure it is something stupid that I am doing or it my be a setting
> +left over from eircom which is causing the problem.
> +The second problem is on a different machine I have a BP6 motherboard a466
> +Celeron and a Diamond Viper V770.
> +Everything installs properly on this except when I try to start X the
> +display is at a crap resolution.
> +Any help on any of these problems would be welcome.
> +Irish Linux Users' Group: ilug at linux.ie> +http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/ilug for (un)subscription information.
> +List maintainer: listmaster at linux.ie>
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