Description of Problem:When the script functions correctly under kppp and
indicates logging onto network...the whole kppp environment crashes...and
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How Reproducible:Every time I run the script....
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Under programs - system - in the Gnome enviro...Go to Internet Config...
2. High light modem...next...make a new connnection called
compuserve..With a valid login name and id:....
3. Under kppp configuration edit and go to login script...Send a ^m,
Expect a Host Name:, Send CIS, exper User ID:, Send xxxxx,xxxx where x is
your account number...sen NOINT/PPP:CISPPP, expect Password: Send xxxxxxx
Password that is applicable...And at last send ^M. in the same are the DNS
is 188.8.131.52 and I have used auto configuration, the rest is straight
forward...default gateway...Dynamic IP, and a script based dialup....
Actual Results:The kppp box indicates logging onto network and then the
kppp box turns grey...and you cannot close it or the logger...and the
system locks solid...I have tried to use the YoLinux tutorial using PPP
with Compuserve and no luck all I get is a valid loopback and no
compuserve connection...odd eh?I have two phone lines if you would like to
test a few variables....
Expected Results:Getting on the net...so I can hook up with some linux
Additional Information:Ottawa Canada...Silicon valley North...613-448-3964
home and cell 613-223-3250...if you want to try a few things...Thanks in
Make sure the server actually sends the strings you're looking for. If it
doesn't, kppp will simply wait for it to arrive forever.
Also, I don't believe you need those scripts these days. I believe even
compuserve is doing PAP authentication by now (they definitely are here in