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Thread: DSL won't dial up upon boot

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    Default DSL won't dial up upon boot

    Hi all,
    I am trying to setup a computer to connect itself to the DSL at boot time. Somehow, this doesn't happen, even though the settings are correct. If I go through the Yast DSl wizard without making any changes, the step "activating network connections" (the last one) brings the connection up. The box "automatically reconnect" is checked.
    I tried to look in the Yast log, but it's impossible to tell useful information from garbage.
    Any idea what daemon is started by Yast? I have pppd running and smpppd not running, as far as I can tell.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: DSL won't dial up upon boot

    Hi

    Just an idea from the top of my head: can you tweak one of the boot scripts in /etc/init.d/ to bring up your DSL on boot? I don't know what yast does, but it appears that something needs to be started and you will find in the log what it is.

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