You don't have to use chat scripts in order to log on if your ISP uses
PAP, at least that's my experience. Just make sure that the drop-down
list where you can select PAP is selected. Don't worry about the tab
that deals with Scripts, which is where you'd put the expect-send pairs
for chatscripts. That's what I've got, and it works for me. Let me know
if you need more help.
> > If you've got Red Hat, then don't you also have KDE? KDE has KPPP, which
> > will get you connected in like 2 minutes. Try to install the Knetworking
> > utilities RPM, even if you are using GNOME. That way, since you're using
> > PAP (like me), you just enter your username and password in a
> > Dial-Up-Networking-looking window, make a few modem configuration
> > changes, and you're ready to go.
> I have tried using Kppp but I cant get that to work because my ISP doesnt
> use chatscripts, and so it wont make the connection (same problem with
> linuxconf and netcfg)
> > > Hi all,
> > > Im trying to setup dial up networking and Im having alot of trouble.
> > > Im using Red Hat 6.0,with the version of PPPD that came with it.I was