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Re: modem is busy



Oh, one other thing.  I thought that perhaps since I did a warm reboot from
NT to Redhat that a complete power down might do the job.  Had seen posts
about similar problems w/ NIC's.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Charles H. Baker <cbaker cdc net>
To: redhat-install-list redhat com <redhat-install-list redhat com>
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 1998 7:32 PM
Subject: modem is busy


>    I previously had my ppp working just fine using KDE and kppp (except
>that despite tinkering with profile, path, .cshrc, .login, .profile I can
>only use them as root.  But I'll figure that out.).  When I tried it today,
>I got the error message "Sorry, modem is busy."  Yet ps doesn't show any
>process that would be using the modem.  procinfo doesn't show the modem
>either.  It should be on irq 3 I believe.  It is a USR 33.6 data/fax/voice
>modem.  Internal, but _NOT_ a winmodem piece of crap.  Help please...
>
>cbaker cdc net
>http://www.cdc.net/~cbaker
>ICQ: 12589816
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