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Greetings,
  I am at a dead end. I need to create dial-up accounts on a Slackware 3.1 box. The box is Internet/WWW ready and must be able to be dialed into from Win95/Win3.x PCs. All of the HOWTOs I have found only deal with Linux to Linux connections. I am continuing to look but would greatly appreciate any help, at the very least to be pointed in the correct direction.
 Thanks.
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What you need to do is set up the server as you would for a linux dial-up account and then create a dial-up script for win95 using the dial-up scripting tool. It would look something like

proc main
delay 1
transmit $USERID
transmit "^M"
delay 1
transmit $PASSWORD
transmit "^M"
transmit "xxx" where xxx is the name of a pppd script for users
please e-mail jason@onecall.com.au for more info regarding this setup method as I am currently running a web site similar to yours.
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