qadsl 1.3.3 review

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qadsl is a small utility to login on the Telia AB ADSL service

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 46K
Developer: Joachim Nilsson
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qadsl is a small utility to login on the Telia AB ADSL service. It also works good with COMHEM Cable Internet and Tiscali Internet services.

It should be pointed out, however, that Alive is not limited to only Orbyte-based login servers. It is quite generic, see the alive.conf file for helpful hints and pointers. The --debug and --verbose options to alive is also very useful.

See the download section for the latest .tar.gz and .deb packages.

RedHat/Fedora developer? The source packages include a home brew .spec file that we could use some help with to complete. It would be so much easier to supply pre-built .rpm's as well.

GNU Alive is tested before each release on the following currently supported platforms:
Slackware 9.1 (i386)
Mandrake 9.2 (i386)
Debian GNU/Linux (i386/Sarge)
Debian GNU/Hurd (i386/Sid)
FreeBSD 5.1 (alpha)
NetBSD 1.6 (i386)
OpenBSD 3.6 (i386)
CygWin (win32)

What's New in This Release:
NEWS: Cleanup.
TODO: Note on how --debug should imply --verbose.
src/process.c (process): Cleanup and add more logging, all in favour of new logging scheme.
src/main.c (main): New command line option, -d, --debug. In favour of this and the new logging stuff verbose level adjusted accordingly.

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