Re: forwarded ppp question, possible debian "missing docs" bugs
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>>>>> "john" == john <email@example.com> writes:
john> Jim writes:
>> This is a note from Mark Stone at O'Reilly & assoc; he asks how
>> to dial in and suggests that more documentation is
>> needed. While I don't have any sort of vote, I will say that as
>> a debian user, I would agree that if the documentation doesn't
>> adequately cover how to use CHAP and PAP authentication, it
>> should. Further, if absent, it's a bug.
john> If Mark is willing to upgrade to Debian 2.0 he will probably
john> find that pppconfig will solve his problem. If he can't do
john> that, perhaps I can help him by email. As the author of
john> pppconfig I do know a thing or two about ppp (though I'm a
john> bit rusty on the 1.3 ppp setup).
pppconfig's probably nice (still using bo myself) but it's no
substitute for documentation...
Jürgen A. Erhard eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (GERMANY) 0721 27326
"Outside of a dog, a man's best friend is a book;
inside of a dog, it's very dark." -- Groucho Marx
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