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    Hi Alex, Lets verify that the makefile adds service scripts to /etc/init.d. The make -n option prints commands to be executed but does not execute them: make -n raspbian-install | grep /etc/init.d When I execute the above, the output shows make installing the service scripts: $ make -n raspbian-install | grep /etc/init.d if ! test -d /etc/init.d; then mkdir -p /etc/init.d; fi install -m 755 ncidd ncid2ncid obi2ncid rn2ncid wc2ncid sip2ncid yac2ncid ncid-initmodem ncid-mysql ncid-mythtv ncid-notify...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    Hi Stefan, You should always check the User Manual for information on NCID. The Obtaining Caller ID section has a modems section that has a link to a incomplete list of modems. The user manual probably needs an index to make things easier to find.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    The comment lines should not have any effect. The error says a '=' is missing after the word XXXXXXXXXX. Line 116 is after the comment lines you removed. The ncidd server is designed to crash if the alias file has a problem. I need more information. The CID line from /var/log/cidcall.log, the type of alias you were creating, and the alias wording. It would also help if you restore the comment lines you removed and send me the ncidd.alias file that causes ncidd to crash.

  • Modified a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    You can download the ncid-1.6-src.tar.gz source package from Sourceforge and compile it. Refer to the INSTALL-Ubuntu section of the Users Manual.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    You can download the ncid-1.6-src.tar.gz source package from Sourceforge and compile it. Refer to the INSTALL-Ubuntu section of the Users Manual.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on Network Caller ID

    The kernel assignes a ACM? device if the modem can be used with its driver. The kernel messages do not show a ACM? assigned so that means the modem cannot be used. You can do a google search and see if it is possible to use it with Linux or get a Linux compatible modem. When testing modems I use minicom. If minicom can use it, then NCID can use it.

  • Modified a comment on discussion Help on Network Caller ID

    I am not sure a Lucent modem is supported, or it might be at port /dev/ttyACM1. Try the following to see if Linux or reconizes the modem: unplug the USB modem sudo tail -f /var/log/messages plug in the modem It should configure /dev/ttyACM? for the modem where ? is either 0,1,2 etc. If not, it is not compatible with Linux, but to be sure send me the output for Linux recognizing the modem. If it does configure /dev/ttyACM?, use that device in the ncidd.conf file. For more information on modems, review...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on Network Caller ID

    I am not sure a Lucent modem is supported, or it might be at port /dev/ttyACM1. Try the following to see if Linux or reconizes the modem: unplug the USB modem sudo tail -f /var/log/messages plug in the modem It should configure /dev/ttyACM? for the modem where ? is either 0,1,2 etc. If not, it is not compatible with Linux, but to be sure send me the output for Linux recognizing the modem. If it does fonfigure /dev/ttyACM?, use that device in the ncidd.conf file. For more information on modems, review...

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