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Re: Linmodem/gnome-ppp

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  • raymond1138@yahoo.com
    ... Ah, well. Guess I ll start saving up for that PCMCIA modem...
    Message 1 of 5 , Nov 1, 2000
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      --- In linux-dell-laptops@egroups.com, Brett Viren <bv@b...> wrote:
      > raymond1138@y... writes:
      > > System Details:
      > > Inspiron 7500/128M/15.4"
      > >
      > > Issue:
      > > Installed linmodem drivers and set up connection in gnome-ppp.
      > > Attempts to connect bring up a alert "The pppd daemon died
      > > unexpectedly." Any ideas?
      >
      > Yeah, ask Lucent to release the source.
      >
      > This driver also fails with PPP with my 5000e. If you look at your
      > kernel logs, you'll maybe see that it dies with a page fault as does
      > mine.
      >
      > FWIW, the driver does work with a simple minicom connection.
      >
      > -Brett.

      Ah, well. Guess I'll start saving up for that PCMCIA modem...
    • Lars
      ... Check that the modules ppp.o and shlc.o are loaded into the kernel. Go su and lsmod /Lamal
      Message 2 of 5 , Nov 8, 2000
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        --- In linux-dell-laptops@egroups.com, raymond1138@y... wrote:
        > System Details:
        > Inspiron 7500/128M/15.4"
        >
        > Issue:
        > Installed linmodem drivers and set up connection in gnome-ppp.
        > Attempts to connect bring up a alert "The pppd daemon died
        > unexpectedly." Any ideas?
        >
        > -RV


        Check that the modules ppp.o and shlc.o are loaded into the kernel.
        Go su and lsmod

        /Lamal
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