Hey guys. I decided the other day that I was never going to learn *nix while I still depended on Winblows, so I pretty much gave Win the boot (except for Dreamweaver). I downloaded and installed Slack 10 the other day, after a LONG hiatus from Slack (too busy with new job and kiddo being here for the summer). Basically, I installed Slack with no dial up modem, and only configured it for my cable connection at the house (which works, no problem). Well, I take this system to work everyday, and at work, I only have access to dial up. The modem that I installed years ago was a Winmodem, so I ordered an AMI-IA56 hardware modem. I physically installed the modem, and am now trying to setup a dial up connection. I read a doc from linuxpackages.org, and it was way off... either it was written for another distro, or it was old. In any case, I ran ppp-setup, and went through that spiel. However, now that I finished that, I have no idea how to get the thing to dial out. Yeah, this is basic, but I have always been spoiled by cable (at least, with Linux). Any help or point in the right direction would be awesome. Thanks.