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donnot wait for dial-tone before dialing

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i have setup my ppp OK. when i try to connect to my ISP, i got following message: no dialtone. yes, i know my Telephone line havenot dialtone, but it works fine. in winNT, i set "donnot wait for dialtone before dialing" and i can get connected. in Linux, what should i do?

sorry for my poor english.

Wilbur L.
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