* The code has been updated to work with version 0.8.3 of libpcap.
Unfortunately the libpcap maintainers removed support for the
"inbound" and "outbound" keywords on PPP links, meaning that if you
link pppd with libpcap-0.8.3, you can't use those keywords in the
active-filter and pass-filter expressions. The support has been
reinstated in the CVS version and should be in future libpcap
releases. If you need the in/outbound keywords, use a later release
than 0.8.3, or get the CVS version from http://www.tcpdump.org.
* There is a new winbind plugin, from Andrew Bartlet of the Samba
team, which provides the ability to authenticate the peer against an
NT domain controller using MS-CHAP or MS-CHAPV2.
* There is a new pppoatm plugin, by various authors, sent in by David
nobody cared, closing...
The fixes for libpcap are in the current ppp package and in libpcap.
Also, the new pppoatm plugin is in the current ppp (2.4.2-7) package.
2.4.3 will make it into Fedora Core development, soon.