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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Section - 4.11. How do I get my on-board modem to be a dial-out-only modem?

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	The easiest way to do this is to edit (with your favorite
editor) the /etc/inittab file.  Change the line:

		 ph0:2:respawn:/etc/getty ph0 1200
	to:
		 ph0:2:off:/etc/getty ph0 1200
		^
	NOTE: There is a space character in front of the first "ph0"
in the lines above.  ph0 may be ph1 if you are using line 2 for the
on-board modem.

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Top Document: comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Previous Document: 4.10. Why doesn't the On-Board Modem (OBM) work with some other modems?
Next Document: 4.12. Does the on-board modem support 2400 bps?

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