Description of Problem:
The ISDN configuration is horrible with Roswell.
Tried several hours to get it running, no way.
7.1 got a tool called "isdn-config", with this one I got it running in minutes. Now I got the two Tools in the Network section to add a device and a call-in provider.
But I couldn4t find a button or icon to start a connection manually.
I use a Eicon diva2.0 ISAPnP card. Installed it like in 7.1 using pnpdump/isapnp. With this combination I could start the init.d/isdn service.
The provided pnp-support with 2.4.6 still doesn4t work.
Is "isdn-config" gone? That was a great tool.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. use a Eicon DIVA 2.0ISAPnP
2. configure device and connection with provided tools
3. try to get a connection
Manual connection not possible. Dial not possible.
Dial 4n surf.
one problem is that network devices are set up before isdn drivers are loaded,
manual connection should be possible with "isdnctrl dial ipppX"
i hope kisdndock (or similar tool) finds its way back into rawhide / redhat linux
and use updated redhat-config-network from rawhide (the one in roswell has bugs)
please update isdn4k-utils-3.1-45, initscript-6.25-1 and
kdenetwork-2.2-5 in rawhide, it should fix this problem.