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Old 01-01-2005, 09:18 AM   #1
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speedtouch problems (Unable to set line discipline to N_HDLC)


I have a thomson USB speedtouch modem. Whenever I use the speedtouch-start to initialize the connection, I get the following error msg from pppoe:

pppoe: Unable to set line discipline to N_HDLC. Make sure your kernel supports the N_HDLC line discipline, or do not use the SYNCHRONOUS option. Quitting.

Does anyone know what this means and how to fix it? I couldn't find any hdlc option in the 2.6.10 config file.

> grep -i hdlc .config
>

this doesn't return any output.
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