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Date:      Sat, 16 Sep 95 14:32 CDT
From:      malenovi@cview.com (Nik Malenovic)
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Cc:        shorty@iii.net
Subject:   Re: SLIP Reconnect
Message-ID:  <m0su2yD-0001OHC@tesla.cview.com>
In-Reply-To: <DF026z.BxF@cview.com>

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In article <DF026z.BxF@cview.com> you write:
>I've managed to create a file that I can just run via sh /root/slipstart2 that
>initiates a session to my internet access provider, then I can type slattach -c
>-h -s 57600 /dev/modem to start the connection.  I tried adding a -r /root/slipstart2 into the command line, but slattach locks out the device so kermit won't
>run in my script.  Can anyone tell me how to get slattach to run the file when
>it loses carrier and let go of the port?  Thanks in advance.
>-Justin Seger-


check ftp://ftp.cview.com/pub/FreeBSD

there is a README on slattach's bug for redialing with kermit (it doesn't
let go of device when spawns the redial_cmd() ), and slattach.c is for
2.0.5-R


Nik



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