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> "error: Timed Out In Chat Script" With Uucico
liva
post Jun 21 2005, 08:31 AM
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I use Taylor UUCP 1.07 to connect two PCs running Ubuntu Linux 4.10. If I write:
$ uucico -x all -s Liva2
the Debug file says:
uucico - - (2005-06-21 15:38:44.43 5632) DEBUG: usysdep_detach: Forked; old PID 5631, new pid 5632
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:44.43 5632) DEBUG: fconn_open: Opening port nullmodem (default speed)
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:44.43 5632) Calling system Liva2 (port ttyS0)
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:44.43 5632) DEBUG: icexpect: Looking for 5 "ogin:"
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:44.43 5632) DEBUG: icexpect: Got "" (timed out)
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:54.43 5632) ERROR: Timed out in chat script
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:54.43 5632) DEBUG: fconn_close: Closing connection
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:56.43 5632) DEBUG: Call failed: 3 (Login failed)
uucico Liva2 - (2005-06-21 15:38:57.43 5637) DEBUG: usysdep_detach: Forked; old PID 5632, new pid 5637
uucico - - (2005-06-21 15:38:58.43 5638) DEBUG: usysdep_detach: Forked; old PID 5637, new pid 5638
uucico - - (2005-06-21 15:38:58.43 5638) DEBUG: Forking /usr/sbin/uuxqt

My sys file is:
local-send /
remote-send /

local-receive /
remote-receive /

time any

#protocol-parameter g init-timeout 1

system Liva2

call-login marco1
call-password pw1

port nullmodem

chat ogin: dddddL word: P

My port file is:
port nullmodem
type direct
device /dev/ttyS0
speed 9600

Thank you for your help
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