Check /var/log/messages for obvious problems.
Last time I had a problem like that I just uninstalled the rpms for ppp and reinstalled them.
This may not be the best way, but I don't see how it can fail.
You may want to try just one of the packages at a time to see if it fixes it. I just did them all, I wanted to update them anyway.
run this for names of the packages
rpm -qa | grep ppp
this is what I get
then download the rpms you need by searching google for them or rpmfind
uninstall like this
rpm -e rp-pppoe kdenetwork-ppp kpppload ppp
you may have to force the uninstall if there are dependencies.
cd /folderwith rpms/
rpm -i *
Last edited by DavidPhillips; 04-03-2002 at 04:01 AM.