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    SubjectRe: kernel 2.2.3 and pppd

    Sorry Ray, my serial ports are all spelled out correctly. Demesg
    is correct in the serial part at least...:-)

    Point of referance: I ran an installfest last weekend. Used the
    Mandrake-Red Hat Cheapbytes cd-rom. About 4 users took the 2.2.1 kernel
    that is supplied. All 4 came by last week and complained and had to load
    the old kernel. These are collage kids.

    On Sun, 21 Mar 1999, Ray Rallison wrote:

    }
    } On Sun, 21 Mar 1999, Karl F. Larsen wrote:
    }
    } > The problem is getting pppd to work with kernel 2.2.3 on a
    } > Red Hat version 5.2 computer. The pppd version is the latest done
    } > March 11 1999. All works fine under the 2.0.36 kernel.
    } <snip>
    } > Mar 20 21:16:37 cannac pppd[636]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0xa9f02865> <pcomp> <accomp>]
    } > Mar 20 21:17:04 cannac last message repeated 9 times
    } > Mar 20 21:17:07 cannac pppd[636]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
    } > Mar 20 21:17:07 cannac pppd[636]: Connection terminated.
    } > Mar 20 21:17:07 cannac pppd[636]: Receive serial link is not 8-bit clean:
    } > Mar 20 21:17:07 cannac pppd[636]: Problem: all had bit 7 set to 0
    } > Mar 20 21:17:08 cannac pppd[636]: Exit.
    } >
    } > Any help would be most welcome. The new kernel has beat me!
    }
    } I had a problem very similar to this when I upgraded my server to 2.2.1.
    } It turned out that the newer kernel was detecting my 16550A UART's as
    } 16750's. Commenting out the 16750 detection code fixed it.
    }
    } Your problem is probably something different as I suspect the incorrect
    } detection is rare, but check the output of dmesg just in case.
    }
    } Hope that helps,
    } Ray
    }
    }

    Best wishes

    - Karl F. Larsen, k5di@totacc.com (505) 524-3303 -


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