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Old 11-25-2003, 03:16 PM   #1
collimate
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modem lights + kppp = works!!!


hi,
i can connect to internet with kppp successfully, also modem lighs applet show to me stats, and the left button-led changes color depending on my connection status.
but i can't connect/disconnct with the left button, what should i do?
thanks!


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update
i can easly connect with this string
/usr/bin/kppp -c account_name

and disconnect with
/usr/bin/kppp -k

but i want that kppp closes after disconnection, but -q option doesn't work

how can i make kppp window close after disconnection???

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update
sorry for having bothered you, but i did it by myself!

connection string:
/usr/bin/kppp -q -c account_name

disconnection string
/usr/bin/kppp -k

in this way kppp window closes after disconnection!
everything works!
bye!!!





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Last edited by collimate; 06-19-2004 at 05:02 AM.
 
  


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