On Wed, 14 Jun 2006 10:09:48 +0100, Paul Howarth wrote:
This has fixed the problem thanks, a quick cut-and-paste of the command
you suggested and a reboot into the newest kernel and pptp is behaving
David Hough wrote:
That's probably the clue I need, thanks. The offending system was
upgraded from FC3 (2.6.12 kernel) to FC5 whereas the trouble-free
system was a fresh FC5 install. So I guess I just need to strip out
the old mppe stuff and possibly refresh some of the newer stuff to
make sure the latest file versions exist.
If you were using the dkms kernel module build method as suggested on
the pptpclient website, "yum remove kernel_ppp_mppe" should remove the
kernel module and replace the original one.