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Reliance Keep Alive

Discussion in 'Reliance Broadband' started by Sushubh, Jun 3, 2014.

  1. Sushubh

    Sushubh Administrator
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    I helped (by providing access to my connection) Vedant with this version of the script. Feel free to check it out.
    vedantlath/reliance_keep_alive
     
  2. raj kharibam

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    Is this different from pteek's version ?
     
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    Yup. His works better :p
     
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    hi @chromaniac ... i will be so very thankfull if you can help me out here.
    I have been using this version instead of pteek's version. This one maybe work better .
    my problem is -- this force closes on its own after sometime -- i dont know why. sometime I find it gets closed by on its own?

    I have this file added on the startup folder - if that give you any clue to troubleshooting this. (should i keep a shortcut there instead?)
    in anticipation of your advice. thanks
     
  5. Sushubh

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    i use pteek's version because it runs in the background and does not crash. this one does crash randomly and i have not been able to run it in the background.

    i basically configured pteek's version and run the file at boot using the windows internal task scheduler. so the net automatically connects when the pc is turned on. the app keeps on running in the background so i basically see no disconnections. as long as the pc is on.
     
  6. raj kharibam

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    okay i will switch back to pteek's then -- so this one crashes! was giving me a headache finding a solution. thought i was doing something wrong.

    the Pteek version however just stay there with nothing but the line saying-- "no argument given - keep alive mode " -- lol -- felt like it too static.
    but anyways thanks for your help.
     
  7. raj kharibam

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    can you provide us a guide in more detail how to set up this to run in the background?
     
  8. Sushubh

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    just run it in the background using the instruction he provides. there is no login window that popups! everything runs in the background.

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    will try this out - i thought you could provide a more detailed version of his guide in a more noob friendly way.
    but anyways i will try this out. thanks