query regarding automatic ppp (Redhat 9.0)

query regarding automatic ppp (Redhat 9.0)

Post by Subb » Tue, 08 Nov 2005 22:10:19



Hi,

ifcfg-ppp0 will be created in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts when u
create new modem connection with system settings->network->add (redhat
9.0) and vice-versa

without going to Network->add how can i create the new ppp connection
and ifcfg-ppp0

i want to have a automatic ppp setup..?

Please help me in this regards

Regards
Subbu





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query regarding automatic ppp (Redhat 9.0)

Post by Valdis.Kle » Wed, 09 Nov 2005 00:02:08

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On Mon, 07 Nov 2005 18:37:04 +0530, Subbu said:


1) This is not a kernel problem. It's probably not a linux-net problem either.
In fact, it's almost certainly a user error.

2) RedHat 9.0 has been unsupported for a long time - I suggest an upgrade
to either RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.1, CentOS 4.1, or Fedora Core 4, depending
on your religious beliefs.


Congrats. You just prohibited anybody on the list from saying "Hey Joe, do you
know how to fix this guy's PPP problem?" and forwarding the mail. Stupid disclaimer.

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