Your question is really way to general in nature.
You are really too isolated in the desktop application to do any
detective work, move the command line.

Do you hear your modem really dialing out?
Do you hear the remote modem answering?.
Is your modem an external type?
If you modem is an winmodem type FBSD does not work with those.
If it's an internal PCI modem is it found at boot time?
Have you looked in /var/run/dmesg.boot file to see if it's found at
Can you use the 'tip' command to talk to modem?
Post your /var/run/dmesg.boot file for people to look at.

-----Original Message-----
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of George S.
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 11:08 PM
Subject: rz ZMODEM functionality in freebsd's openssh like redhat9?

Dear FreeBSD Questions List,

I decided to do the big switch over from Red Hat 9 to FreeBSD due to
short product lifetime of the RedHat products. I'm hopeing that
versions have a long product lifetime.

Anyways, I wanted to know if it was possible to add rz Z-modem
to FreeBSD's SSH server like RedHat 9 had. I am currenty using
FreeBSD 4.9
Stable and have installed lrzsz and zssh from the ports collection.
On my
desktop my SSH client is Vandyke Secure CRT.

When I execute lrz, Secure CRT opens the Zmodem transfer box asking
for the
file list be transferred as usual. I add the files to the list then
click ok
to send the files. Shortly afterwards Secure CRT shows an error
message that
says: "Zmodem transfer cancelled by the remote side."

I've been looking all over the internet for possible answers to this
problem, but everything either points to installing zssh or kermit,
which I
am not interested in kermit.

Thank you for reviewing and considering my questions.

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