BNU dial-code abbreviations file
The /etc/uucp/Dialcodes file contains dial-code abbreviations
that can be used in the ``Phone'' field of the /etc/uucp/Systems file.
Each Dialcodes file entry has the format:
where abbrev is the abbreviation used in the Systems file
``Phone'' field and dial_seq is the dial sequence that is passed to
the dialer when that particular Systems file entry is accessed.
file works closely with the
Note that a change to an entry in one file may require a change to a related
entry in another file.
The default Dialcodes file delivered with the system is empty.
It is not necessary for the system administrator to do anything to the file.
The Dialcodes file entry:
would be set up to work with a ``Phone'' field in the Systems file
such as ``jt7867''.
When the entry containing ``jt7867'' is
encountered, the sequence 9=555-7867 would be sent to the
dialer if the token in the dialer-token pair is \T.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004