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Run "which pidof" from console then insert that patch into the script. For example: kill -INT $(/bin/pidof pppd)...
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  1. #11
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    Run "which pidof" from console then insert that patch into the script.
    For example:

    kill -INT $(/bin/pidof pppd)

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    Finally i got it working! Thanx for all your help. I was starting to lose hope.

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    No worry... and if i were you i should add /usr/bin /bin and /usr/local/bin to you PATH-variable in ~/.bash_profile or /etc/profile so you dont get thoose "command not found" errormessages.
    Regards

    Andutt

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