I just installed the Red Hat 6.9 on my intel pentium where I had been
running Red Hat 6.2 until now.
I have found a problem with setting up a ppp dialer.
I use the setup utility "netcfg" and it usually calls up
a dialog box with several tabs.
Normally, I would click on the "interface" tab and press "add"
and then I would get a dialog box with different devices.
ppp, slip, eth and so on.
Under version 6.9 thee is no "ppp" option. There doesn't seem to be
anything in linuxconf either. has this been replaced by something else or
was it accidentally left out?
Please use rp3 instead. The various tools never interoperated correctly
(program A was always oblivious to the details of how program B set up PPP,
where A and B could be any of netcfg, linuxconf, or rp3).
Commit pushed to master at https://github.com/openshift/origin
Add sorting template helper code to sort haproxy map files so that wildcard
routes don't take precedence over routes that start with a number.
Make the template processing follow a particular order (based on file name),
so that we can use temporary files to write map data and subsequently sort
into the actual config map file.
Fixup helper to also sort cert_config but non-grouped to keep existing
behavior (backward compatibility).
Based on discussions in PR #19076 to fix issue #16724