On Thu, 18 May 2000, kevin lyda wrote:
that looks fine.
> using the following chat file (name as specified above):
>> TIMEOUT 60
> ABORT BUSY
> ABORT ERROR
> ABORT 'NO CARRIER'
> ABORT 'NO DIAL TONE'
> ABORT 'NO DIALTONE'
> ABORT '** Bad Password'
> '' ATZ OK
3 things on the one line? could that be it?
> ATM1 OK
> ATDT2434321 CONNECT
> and i also found that diald sets up pipes to connect up chat diald, and
the pipe is just to pass the file desc. that diald already has for
/dev/ttyS0 across to chat/pppd. It saves /var/lock/ races. (ie
diald holds the lock for the duration that ttyS0 is in use,
irregardless of whether it's actually chat/pppd that is using it.)
but your problem is solely with chat i think, not diald.
> has anyone here gotten diald running under redhat using the standard
> chat scripts? i'd rather do it that way then install bits that will be
> a pita to upgrade later.
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