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Problems Connecting To ISP with DIP

Posted on 1997-06-25
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I configured to use SLIP with my isp (they use slip I know it sucks) I configured all of the files end everything, but when I use dip to dial I get an error here is my session

>dip -v SLIP.DIP
localhost.localdomain name lookup failure

Why does it do that, it doesn't even dial? can anybody help?
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Question by:hackman
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by:c062397
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Have you ran netconfig?

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c
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by:herzog
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Need more information....Can't you provide us with the current dip script you are using?
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pablo071697 earned 100 total points
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Dip is not compiled correctly. The author didn't use the LSM (Linux Software Map), so dip is expecting to find a program somewhere other than where it actually is. It probably can't find sliplogin, which should be in /usr/sbin. Try going through the source, making sure that it knows where sliplogin is, and either recompile, or create a symlink from sliplogin to wherever dip thinks it is.
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