Make your own Command for wll

Those who have read my Bsnl wll article, there is a problem in it. Every time you restart your Linux machine you have to modprobe. So what will we do????

Simple make a command but How???

Take a terminal and type

$PATH (Every thing should be in CAPITAL)

this is the output in my debian machine

bash:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/bin/X11:/usr/games: No such file or directory

When you type a command in a shell, shell searches for executable file in directory mentioned by the above command..

So go to /usr/local/bin

make a file wll vi wll

add to lines

modprobe usbserial vendor=0x15eb product=0×0001
wvdial

save and exit

After that change the permission

chmod +x wll to make it executable

Know you have your own command wll


comments to:
Ranjeeth PT
Govt Engg College
Sreekrishnapuram,Palakkad

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5 Responses to Make your own Command for wll

  1. [...] Make your own Command for wll [...]

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  3. Shameem says:

    Wll Configuration in fedora need an additional configuration in /etc/resolve.conf like this

    nameserver 218.248.240.181 ##primary DNS addrs
    nameserver 218.248.240.180 ## secdry DNS addrs

    we can view these addrs from terminal by dialing “wvdial ”

    ex:

    primary DNS address 218.248.240.181
    –> pppd: �[14])[08]@[1b])[08]
    –> secondary DNS address 218.248.240.180

  4. ranjeeth p t says:

    Okkkkkkkkk I dont know abt fedora i have never used it i am a debian fan.
    Free s/w Rules

  5. i’ve been tryin to set up on a centos (red hat based) based asterisknow machine. pppd doesn’t take entries from resolv.conf first i thought it was the auto dns parameter…

    also wvdial.conf manual has some instructions for specifying DNS manually…but there’s no example to explain that…we need this as we use our own DNS server

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