Linux: not 8-bit clean?

Linux: not 8-bit clean?

Post by Andrew McLaughl » Fri, 23 Feb 1996 04:00:00



Whenever I try to connect to my ISDN internet provider, the pppd software
gives up with a message in syslog saying that the data all came back
with the high order bit set to zero. I'm running Linux 1.2.13 and I can'
remember which version of PPP I'm using. Has anyone else seen anything
like this?

I just came up 1.3.59 and am planning on looking to see if there's a
newer version of PPP to try so I'll give that a go.

Any suggestions otherwise?

Andrew
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Linux: not 8-bit clean?

Post by Bob Snyd » Sat, 24 Feb 1996 04:00:00




> Whenever I try to connect to my ISDN internet provider, the pppd software
> gives up with a message in syslog saying that the data all came back
> with the high order bit set to zero. I'm running Linux 1.2.13 and I can'
> remember which version of PPP I'm using. Has anyone else seen anything
> like this?

> I just came up 1.3.59 and am planning on looking to see if there's a
> newer version of PPP to try so I'll give that a go.

> Any suggestions otherwise?

You really need to provide more information. Like what hardware you are
using, which PPP you are running, and how you connect to your ISP (does it
immediately go to PPP?)