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PS: How to use the net install CD with PPPoE?

On Mon, 2011-05-30 at 01:00 +0200, I wrote:
> Hi :)
> I'm new to this list. I'm a long time Linux only user, interested in
> audio and MIDI. Regarding to several issues with distros I did use, e.g.
> coercion to use PulseAudio, I like to switch the distro.
> At the moment I've got Suse 11.2 64-bit, used to run e.g. proprietary
> lightscribe apps, that even don't run on my Edubuntu Maverick 32-bit, an
> absolutely stable and completely MIDI jitter free audio MIDI
> workstation, but the mouse wheel doesn't work on this install. The
> latest install is a 64-bit Ubuntu Studio Natty 64-bit. I've given up to
> fix the issues I've got with this install, but already installed Debian
> stable with 'Standard System utilities' by the
> debian-6.0.1a-amd64-netinst CD.
> When I logged in tty1 and tried to run pppoeconf I noticed that
> pppoeconf isn't installed.
> Do I need to download and install pppoeconf + dependencies or is there
> another way to get a PPPoE connection?
> Is there a meta-package that will install a system with X, GNOME2, but
> without PA? I'll build a kernel-rt and a lot of audio apps myself, is
> there a meta-package that will install make, checkinstall etc.?
> Btw. when I booted Ubuntu Natty, after installing this minimal Debian
> stable, I first has to search it between tons of grotesque GRUB menu
> entries, e.g. here isn't 64 Studio installed on my machine, but I get
> entries for 64 Studio installs that where installed in the past. When
> Natty started I got a wrong screen resolution and a bad vertically
> frequency for the CTR monitor. I edited grub.cfg manually, yes manually
> and since then, booting Natty is ok again. Unfortunately I seems to know
> different versions of GRUB2, because e.g. 'submenu' is ignored by
> Debian's GRUB, but this isn't important, anyway a PITA.
> So, after installing the 'Standard System utilities' what should I do
> next to get Debian stable?
> I won't download and burn 8 DVDs.
> Best,
> Ralf

If I would copy /etc/ppp/peers/dsl-provider and /etc/ppp/options from
one of my Ubuntu installs to Debian. What do I need to install to get a
PPPoE connection? How do I add the password?

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