How do I check what the kernel supports?
I recompiled the kernel and built in PPP support-not as a module
When I try a PPP session I get
"Couldn't set tty to PPP discipline: Invalid argument"
(This is Slack 9.1 and everything used to work before the recompile)
I did a google search and the suggestion is upgrade to the latest and greatest ppp. Makes no sense, since I had ppp working with that kernel
for a long time.
So, the question is: How can I check if I have indeed PPP suport in the kernel?(this is not as a module) -in case I am wrong and have not really
built in ppp support-though I am sure I did