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Old 12-06-2004, 04:58 AM   #1
deepalalla
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How to establish ppp with nolock option using RxTx with normal user permissions


we have to connect to a remote machine by dial up ,establish pppd and download files.
As a root user am able to connect to dial up ,establish pppd and download
> files.But as a normal user(without root/super user priveldges ,cannot
> establish pppd since 'nolock' option requires root priveldges and without
> nolock option,it says modem is being used by another process.
>
> Can you please tell us if it is possible to establish pppd using RxTx as a
> normal user?And also if some access permissions need to be given for
> establishing pppd with nolock option?

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Deepa
 
  


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