Re: ppp install problem
>In article <32BDE9A3.1D1D9D65@yallara.cs.rmit.edu.au>, Lawrence Chim wrote:
>>I have problem to upgrade PPP and it seems that it is a chown problem.
>>Preparing to replace ppp 2.2.0f-2 (using ppp_2.2.0f-19.deb) ...
>>Unpacking replacement ppp ...
>>Setting up ppp (2.2.0f-19) ...
>>Installing new version of config file /etc/ppp/pap-secrets ...
>>chown: root.dip: invalid group
>For some reason there is no 'dip' group in your system. Add an entry by
>appending the line 'dip:*:30:' to '/etc/group'.
>Make sure that group id 30 is not used by other group (search for ':30:' in
>the file) in such case change it to any non used group id number you like.
>Once this is done, you can safely reconfigure the ppp package.
Oups forgot something important. Actually you should start a new root login
session when reconfigurating the package, otherwise you might think that
nothing changes :)
(i.e. logout, then login)
>As root execute:
>dpkg --configure ppp
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