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Name: SJW
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Date: Around 1993


Question:
I have Consensys UNIXV R4.0 and an internal modem. Can I dial the modem into the unix system ? Need I get communication software ? Where should I get it? Thanks.



Replies:
Most UNIX systems (System V at least) allow you to dial the modem vi 'cu'. Your manual should refer to it.

Chris Baker


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