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Re: [SLUG] script -> modem

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 10:42:47AM +0800, Mike Holland wrote:
> > i am writing a script that needs to use a modem to dial a particular
> > number then hang up without the call being answered.
> The chat(8) (in PPP package on redhat) does exactly that sort of thing.
> > except on this box because it has to kick portslave off the modem, and
> "Kick off"? Shouldnt they be using lock files to share access?
> Easist way is to use a dial-out program like pppd to reset the
> modem, and handle lockfiles. Use a chat(8) script to do the work, and
> return an error code so the dialout program then quits.
> > if i invoke minicom after disabling portslave, it works and after exiting
> > it so do the echo commands. there is something minicom is doing to
> > reinitialise the modem. anyone know what?
> See also "stty" if you want to do this low-level control.
> Also, you can tell the modem "ATZ" to reset echoing, etc.

Another suggestion would be (g)kermit - which gives you access
to all that but is also scriptable.


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