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I recently changed distro from Mandrake to SuSE, in hope of being able to connect to the internet. But when i order KInternet to connect, i get an error. The ...
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    Zyxel USB ISDN modem


    I recently changed distro from Mandrake to SuSE, in hope of being able to connect to the internet.
    But when i order KInternet to connect, i get an error. The log says: Feb 21 23:02:34 linux pppd[1409]: unrecognized option '/dev/ttyACM4'

    In the hardware menu, it seems that SuSE have control of my modem. The image is in danish, but i think you can decode it :




    What should i do? I don't wanna keep dual-booting with Windows, for the single purpose of surfing the internet.

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    look through your PPP scripts (usually in /etc/ppp or /etc/pppd) for where it calls that, and maybe give the exact command it attempts to use. The exact command should be in /var/log/messages (or wherever your general syslog is)
    I respectfully decline the invitation to join your delusion.

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    Sorry, but i need some concrete commands, because i am quite a noob in Linux.

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    OK, try this:
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    cd /etc/ppp*
    find -type f -exec grep -H /dev/ttyACM4 {} \;
    That's quite a general command, and should at least turn up with something.

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