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I've given up for now on wvdial working with Slack 10.1 so I'm now relying on kppp. Trouble is, my 56k modem is at /dev/ttyS14 and kppp does not list ...
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    kppp ttyS14 and udev


    I've given up for now on wvdial working with Slack 10.1 so I'm now relying on kppp. Trouble is, my 56k modem is at /dev/ttyS14 and kppp does not list it as a choice when configuring. I can easily get it working by...
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    ln -s /dev/ttyS14 /dev/modem
    ...and configuring kppp to /dev/modem, but after a reboot, udev eliminates /dev/modem. How can I configure kppp to look for my modem at ttyS14? Any help will be appreciated.
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    Just figured it out. I knew there had to be a kppp config file somewhere. I went to ~/.kde/share/config/kppprc and edited it "by hand" for /dev/ttyS14. Now everything works...
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