seems i've no luck.. weeellll

J. stargeizer at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 11 15:39:16 PST 2004


>Message: 9
>Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 21:27:55 -0500
>From: "John McSwain" <jmcswain at infoave.net>
>Subject: Re: ADSL PPPOE blues...
>To: lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org
>Message-ID:
><c2lufe$uuj$1 at belgarath.linuxfromscratch.org>

>These are some notes I made last June( As I recall
>getting kernel mode
>ppoe working required getting the module in the
>correct location):

>2003-06-18
>           Install ppp-2.4.2.b3
>           Install
>rp-ppoe-3.5(./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-
>plugin=$PPPDIR)See
>usr/doc/rp-ppoe-3.5/HOW-TO-CONNECT
>                Added /etc/rc.d/init.d/pppoe
>            Ran adsl-setup
>            Unable to have kernel mode pppoe work
>2003-06-19  User mode pppoe working
>            Symlinked pppoe S20 rc{3,4,5}.d K48 rc
>{0,6}.d K89 rc{1,2}
>            mv /etc/ppp/plugins/rp.pppoe.so 
>hold.rp.pppoe.so
>            ln -s  ../../../usr/lib/pppd//2.4.2b3/rp-
pppoe.so
>rp-pppoe.so

>            Kernel mode pppoe working!

>Hopes this helps!

>-- 
>John McSwain
>http://www.lakemcgregor.com/

hmmm.. tried but still non functional... at least i
can ping the ADSL modem (at 192.168.1.1) now... i
think i will put this on stand by for a while.

Thanks anyway.

J.


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