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Re: SEUL: Re: What's the diff to SEUL ? (fwd)
Rick Jones wrote:
> George Bonser wrote:
> I think a bare SVGA setup ids the best option, VGA to be on
> the absolute safe side.
I think that's a good approach.
> > This is where many distributions try to get too cute. Look, if an ISP
> > will except a default Windows95 dialup without any scripting or input from
> > the user, then it will most likely accept a PAP Linux connection.
> Not true. Windows 95 uses PAP in addition to login. If one fails it
> falls back to the other.
> > No need for cute dialup scripts like Red Hat and Slackware.
> There's nothing *cute* about it. It's needed for CI or should I say LI
> (Linux Illiterate) users. I can't count how many people have emailed me
> or the Debian list, from Windoze, because they couldn't get ppp up.
Same for me. I needed to contact our LIP administrator
to fix the script that was given as a suggestion somewhere.
It turned out the modem init wasn't working as expected.