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Old 01-31-2003, 05:32 AM   #1
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pppd trouble

I have fluxbox setup with opera as my browser and i am using gnome-ppp as my dialup connection gui.

my trouble is that i can connect fine, but after not even a minute i get an error message from gnome-ppp stating that the ppp daemon has died unexpectedly! (it is very unexpected especially coz windoze can even hold a connection)

also im not sure whether opera knows my connection is there!, do i have to tell it about my connection? same goes with mozilla.
but this could have something to do with my connection being really crap.

anyone have any clues?



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