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NAME

       bpalogin-configure - configuration script for bpalogin.

SYNOPSIS

       bpalogin-configure [CONFFILE]

DESCRIPTION

       This  manual page documents briefly the bpalogin-configure command.  It
       was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the  original
       program does not have a manual page.

       bpalogin-configure   interactively   prompts  for  settings  (username,
       password,  etc.)  and  updates  CONFFILE  (usually  /etc/bpalogin.conf)
       accordingly.

       CONFFILE  contains  the  password  and  should  therefore  not be world
       readable.

       bpalogin is an open source login client for the Telstra  Bigpond  Cable
       Network in Australia. It is neither written nor supported by Telstra or
       Bigpond. It is both simple to  use  and  stable.  Unlike  the  standard
       client  it  does not crash, reconnects when there is a network problem,
       is available for most operating  systems,  can  run  as  a  service  on
       WinNT/2k/xp and comes with source.

AUTHOR

       Shane Hyde (shyde@trontech.com.au)

       Now maintained by William Rose <wdrose@sourceforge.net>

       This manual page was written by Sam Johnston <samj@aos.net.au>, for the
       Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others)

                               December 23, 2003         BPALOGIN-CONFIGURE(8)