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Old 01-25-2005, 08:36 AM   #1
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Default setting up ISDN connection on Linux

So a while back I downloaded Knoppix (yes on a 64k isdn and it took about 20 hours, anyway) i simply cannot work out, having never used any form of linux before, how to set up the ISDN connection. I've found the config tool for it (knoppix --> internet --> ISDN config) and have, as the help file instructed, set up relevant ISP settings and hardware details. Also configured my network card using the appropriate App to do so. However every time i attempt to start the service i get a "Fatal error in executing etc/init.d/isdn" message. i've looked for that file and its just a shell command, that doesnt "open" as such. I dont have any understand of shell (which is why i wanted this linux in the first place, to learn all about it, and using online tutorials to do so, but i have to get online to read them!) anyone know of how to rectify this and I will be very appreciative.
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