hey, as you might know kaspersky now has a rescue disk solution (http://support.kaspersky.com/viruses/rescuedisk?level=2
i've downloaded and tried it today, apparently it runs under a somewhat modified gentoo linux. thing is i have a pppoe connection to the internet and i would like to add pppoe support to this rescue disk so i can update kaspersky if i ever need it.
i'm somewhat new at working with linux but as i understand to connect via a pppoe connection you need a kernel module and a pppoe package, so i've checked and indeed the rescue disk has a pppoe kernel module (i used modprobe pppoe to start it and then with lsmod | grep pppoe it showed the module) but i can't find any pppoe related binaries.
so i looked around and found ftp://ftp.samba.org/pub/ppp/
but the problem is i can't add it. (btw the rescue disk dons't have portage). i've downloaded ppp-2.4.5.tar.gz, unpack it, ran ./configre after it finished i tried to run "make" but it says bash:make: command not found and i'm sort of stuck here.
i haven't compiled from source before but the readme said to follow those steps, i asumed that maybe the compilation process is different in gentoo but found a few forums with people discussing aspects of compiling stuff in gentoo and they did use the make command after running the configuration script. so i'm guessing the reason it dosn't work on the kaspersky rescue disk is because it's missing, and if thats the case i don't know how to add it.