Enter option number: 1 - view contents of file on standard output 2 - view contents of file using /usr/bin/less 3 - edit contents of file using /usr/bin/vi 4 - delete/undelete file from list 5 - rename file in list 6 - show file list again 7 - escape to shell (or "!") 8 - abort without saving anything 9 - save all files and exit (default) Option:
The script requests the number of the file you want to view.
File number (1 .. 4):
The numbers refer to the translated files that are listed during the conversion process, as shown in the previous Step 2.
File number (1 .. 4): 1 "" \d\dA\p\pTE1V1X1Q0S2=255S12=255\r\c OK\r ATDT\T\r\c CONNECT \c in:--in: mojave word: sand
The chat script contains the modem “chat” information that appears on the hayes line in the sample /etc/uucp/Dialers file. /etc/ppp/chat.Pgobi.hayes also contains the login sequence for Pgobi that appears in the sample /etc/uucp/Systems file. The chat script is now in the /etc/ppp/chat.Pgobi.hayes file.
File number (1 .. 4): 2 /dev/cua/b 38400 demand idle 120 connect "/usr/bin/chat -f /etc/ppp/chat.Pgobi.hayes -T '15551212'" user NeverAuthenticate mojave:gobi
The serial port information (/dev/cua/b) is from the /etc/uucp/Devices file. The link speed, idle time, authentication information, and peer names are from the /etc/asppp.cf file. “demand” refers to the “demand” script, to be called when the dial-out machine tries to connect to peer Pgobi.
File number (1 .. 4): 3 #lock noauth
The information in /etc/ppp/options is from the /etc/asppp.cf file.
File number (1 .. 4): 4 /usr/bin/pppd file /etc/ppp/peers/Pgobi
This script, when invoked, runs the pppd command, which then reads the /etc/ppp/peers/Pgobi to initiate the link between mojave and Pgobi.