Hello out there.
I just installed a late model kernel on my system, and I am intrigued by
this loadable module stuff. I got the latest version of modules that I
could find, and I recompiled my kernel with the kerneld support and all
that. It all works fine, and I now have a lot more free memory for my
applications. That's great.
I have a question though. I read the kerneld HOWTO, and it mentioned that
there is a way to set up slip/ppp support such that it makes the
connection whenever the kernel needs to send data to the internet. So far
so good. Unfortunately I was completely unable to follow the description
of how to set this up. Could anyone tell me how to set up the shell script
"request-route"? I know that it needs to exist, but not what needs to be
in it. Also, are there any other things I need to do to set this up?
It sounds like a neat capability, I would like to try it out.
Also, does anyone know why I get this error:
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXt.so: undefined reference to `XkbLookupKeySym'
when I try to compile procps-0.99a? Does it have anything to do with x312d?
I put this on my system recently since I couldn't make any of the other
versions work with my graphics card (ATI Mach64).
Thanks for any advice.