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SubjectRe: ppp and 2.1.126/2.1.125

You need new version of pppd (Is this in readme file ? I think yes)

Vladimir Dergachev

On Sun, 1 Nov 1998, flewid wrote:

>
> Hi, i have tried installing 2.1.126, and then tried using ppp, and it did
> not work, it dials my ISP, then doesnt resolv my ip's for some reason, it
> just sits there and then hangs up, what is weird is, im using the exact
> same configureation for 2.0.35, and it works just fine, i changed it to
> use /dev/ttyS1 instead of cua, and ive also tried installing 1.2.125,
> still to no avail, i tried using the 2.3.3 headers that come with the
> kernel, didn't work, i tried using 2.3.5, still doesnt work, i compiled
> pppd against the 1.2.126 headers, and against the 1.2.125 headers, and it
> does not work,i tried installing ppp as a module, and right in the kernel,
> and it didn't work. i haven't a clue as to what is causing this, is there
> something im forgetting to do? please feel free to tell me :)
>
> system:
>
> 486dx4-100
> 16 meg ram
> gcc version egcs-2.92.17 19981025 (gcc2 ss-980609 experimental)
> glibc 2.0.98
> kernel 2.1.126/5 and 2.0.35
>
>
> .oOo. .oOo.
> flewid flewid@netcom.ca
> .OoO. .OoO.
>
>
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