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i have a pc running linux and a modem.
how can i configure my machine such that
others may dial in to my pc.
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Why not connect it to the Internet and have people connect to it via the Internet?

But if you insist, you'll want to use pppd. http://theory.uwinnipeg.ca/localfiles/infofiles/slirp/linux.html
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