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Another Suse question...

On Thu, 8 Jul 2004 12:16:44 +0900
Derek Martin <invalid at> wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 07, 2004 at 03:02:42PM -0400, Grant M. wrote:
> > Ok, here's another Suse 9.1 question:
> >   Under Solaris/SGI, to connect to a modem I use "cu -l ttyfN" where
> >   N 
> > is the tty device associated with the modem. This is to direct dial
> > into another remote server room. Any idea of what replaces cu under
> > Suse?
> You probably want minicom, which allows you to connect to a serial
> port running a login on a remote server via your modem (or other
> directly connected serial port).  You might also want PPPD, which will
> start a PPP session with a remote host via your modem (or directly
> connected serial port).
SuSE comes with Minicom as well as KPPP - a KDE interface to PPPD.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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