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Description of problem:
and installed and reboot.
After reboot, I tried adsl-connect with SYNCHRONOUS option but failed.
Then I read '/var/log/messages' , I found following messages (excerpts)
Jan 2 04:19:35 localhost pppd: pppd 2.4.1 started by root, uid 0
Jan 2 04:19:35 localhost pppoe: Unable to set line discipline
to N_HDLC. Make sure your kernel supports the N_HDLC line discipline,
or do not use the SYNCHRONOUS option. Quitting.
Jan 2 04:19:35 localhost pppd: Couldn't get channel number:
Jan 2 04:19:35 localhost pppd: Exit.
So I ran 'rpm -q --fiilesbypkg kernel |grep hdlc', and found there is
(but that is provided with kernel-2.6.0-1.21 in
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
always using the package
Actual Results: can't use syncronous PPP
Expected Results: arjanv's kernel include n_hdlc.ko and we run PPP
with syncronous option
Thank you, but I know that solves this problem.
And that doesn't solve the default package you provide still missing
Maybe, is it feature of the package you keep in
If that is true, I understand the difference between the 2.6 kernel in
rawhide and the kernel you privide.
But in the case, you should add brief packaging-policy to readme.txt,
or try to sync files between two, IMHO.
It seems Brian C. Huffman also wonder the difference.
teh CONFIG option is already enabled fwiw
ah found it; HDLC config option depends on SERIAL_NONSTANDARD option
which wasn't set...
I verified the file 'n_hdlc.ko' in the package
Thank you for your kindness.
And I have to say "I'm sorry." to you about having you workd
unnecessary work for development.
I finally got your work around kernel and goal, but my realizing came