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Re: [SLE] Dial on Demand Frustrated.
  • From: samelash@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Samy Elashmawy)
  • Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2000 12:05:41 +0000
  • Message-id: <3.0.3.32.20000409120541.010c6198@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>



I used the german version form the web sight , saved the html , then used
joe to delete everthing above and below it. You might have some old stuff
lurking there , ie an old wvdial.dod script , old ppp scripts , old chap
scripts etc...

Try cleaning all those out. then run wvdial and configure it to work. Once
it works , download , save the german html and edit it to remove the html
code.

Follow the instructions from the englisgh web page ( the instructions work
, not the script) and be carfull to follw the exactly. If you want ti to
wrok ehen ever you reboot , you will need to make the sym linhs in the
instructions.

At 07:36 PM 4/8/2000 -0400, Brian L. Jilek wrote:
>I have been trying to get dial on demand going for a couple
>of months now. I just can't seem to get anything going.
>I tried diald for a while and after a couple of weeks
>gave up on that. Then tried the wvdial.dod script from
>suse. It didn't work out eighther. So I gave up for a
>while.
>
>I just recently started trying it again with the wvdial.dod
>script from the german site. But I can't get that working.
>What the hell!!?? I had less pain setting up
>SAMBA and ipchains.
>
>Can someone help me out? This is starting to suck. I
>figure I'm real stupid or something is messed up on my
>system. I'm hoping it's the system.
>
>Anyway here is the output of wvdial.dod start:
>---------------
>root@crow:/sbin/init.d > wvdial.dod start
>killing pppd process PID=14589
>(Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info
> will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.)
>Active Internet connections (w/o servers)
>Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State
PID/Program name
>tcp 0 369 63.27.84.103:1891 194.112.123.20:www-http
LAST_ACK -
>tcp 1 1 63.27.84.103:1886 194.112.123.20:www-http
LAST_ACK -
>tcp 1 1 63.27.84.103:1884 194.112.123.20:www-http
LAST_ACK -
>tcp 1 1 63.27.84.103:1883 194.112.123.20:www-http
LAST_ACK -
>tcp 0 463 63.27.84.59:1877 194.112.123.20:www-http
LAST_ACK -
>tcp 0 437 63.27.84.59:1876 194.112.123.20:www-http
LAST_ACK -
>tcp 0 463 63.27.84.59:1874 194.112.123.20:www-http
LAST_ACK -
>/sbin/wvdial.dod: [: too many arguments
>starting pppd 192.168.1.1: 192.168.99.99 /dev/ttyS2 115200 modem crtscts
defaultroute -detach user MSN/B_Jilek ipcp-accept-local ipcp-accept-remote
call wvdial demand idle 180 connect "/usr/bin/wvdial --chat "... PID=14631
>ls: /var/run/ppp?.pid: No such file or directory
>---------------
>
>Someone please explain what may be causing:
>/sbin/wvdial.dod: [: too many arguments
>
>ls: /var/run/ppp?.pid: No such file or directory
>
>What is that ^^^^^^^^ for?
>
>After starting it it will not connect. I can still activate
>wvdial myself.
>Thank you for any help.
>
>P.S. I was root when trying to run this. I don't know why
>it gives the "Not all processes..." line.
>--
>B. L. Jilek <bljilek@xxxxxxxxxxx> | ICQ: 10733954
> | Linux user: 163800
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