Did you specified your DNS server?Quote:> I'm pretty sure I set up everything correctly in Kppp (but I'm still
>a newbie). All my settings are based on PPP and TCP/IP control panels in
>MacOS. I apparently didn't have to*with the modem script in Kppp
>to get it to work. NOTE: Setting the volume of the modem to anything BUT
>zero gives an ERROR in Yellow Dog (maybe R5, too?). After actually,
>successfully signing on to my ISP not Netscape nor any net programs
>would work- kept giving me 'cannot find the server www.apple.com check
>the URL and try again.' Oh well...back to the drawing board...
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Definitely a nameserver/DNS problem. Make sure your nameserver (should be
four numbers like 126.96.36.199 etc.) is specified. Type "netcfg" in a
terminal window and put it in the dialog that comes up. If you don't know
it, get it from your ISP - it might even be on their support page. I had
the same problem and it really irritated me, but it was my fault for
you have any more questions (relating to this question - I am a newbie as
well, so I can't help w/any others...yet :) )
Hope this helps,
I followed the NET2-HOWTO instructions and now have a CSLIP connection
running... But.. I don't have any docs on how to get and use such things as
ftp(d), telnet(d), fingerd (everyday daemons and clients)
Where are the latest binaries? (i found netkit-b-0.5)
How would I set up ftpd with anonymous access?
what is in.ftpd, in.telnetd ? are they the real daemons?
does inetd launch these on demand? should they be started elsewhere?
Is there a NET2-part2 doc around?
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