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    Subjectno ppp in 2.1.105?
    When I boot into my 2.1.105 kernel instead of my 2.0.34 kernel, I get no
    ppp. I get this in my messages file:


    Jun 12 21:17:05 wally chat[432]: abort on (NO CARRIER)
    Jun 12 21:17:05 wally chat[432]: abort on (BUSY)
    Jun 12 21:17:05 wally chat[432]: abort on (NO DIALTONE)
    Jun 12 21:17:05 wally chat[432]: send (AT@B0=2&D2^M)
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]: expect (OK)
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]: AT@B0=2&D2
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]: OK
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]: -- got it
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]: send (ATDT30328510671111&30328510671111^M)
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]: expect (CONNECT)
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:06 wally chat[432]: ATDT30328510671111&30328510671111
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]: CHANNEL B1
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally last message repeated 2 times
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]: CARRIER 64000
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally last message repeated 2 times
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]: PROTOCOL: PPPC
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally last message repeated 2 times
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]: SESSION ID: 1
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]:
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally last message repeated 2 times
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]: CONNECT
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]: -- got it
    Jun 12 21:17:08 wally chat[432]: send (^M)
    Jun 12 21:17:09 wally kernel: registered device ppp0
    Jun 12 21:17:09 wally pppd[435]: pppd 2.3.3 started by root, uid 0
    Jun 12 21:17:09 wally pppd[435]: Using interface ppp0
    Jun 12 21:17:09 wally pppd[435]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
    Jun 12 21:17:14 wally pppd[435]: ioctl(SIOCADDRT) device route: Network is down(100)
    Jun 12 21:17:15 wally pppd[435]: Connection terminated.
    Jun 12 21:17:15 wally pppd[435]: Hangup (SIGHUP)
    Jun 12 21:17:15 wally pppd[435]: Exit.

    This is using an external Motorola BitSurfer ISDN adapter. I can boot
    into 2.0.34 and work pretty much reliably. Unfortunately my backups
    weren't up to snuff when I had a nasty crash and I need to re-touch
    my init strings. (I'll take suggestions)

    Any ideas why ppp does this in 2.1.105 though? I do have "alias ppp0 off"
    in the conf.modules as there was a reference to loading the ppp module.

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