KDE kppp application Question?

KDE kppp application Question?

Post by EXCHANGE:WDLN2:2O » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00



I have heard of a application within
KDE that helps you setup your PPP
connection to say an ISP. I tried
running 'kppp' at a xterm window
and its not their.

  I just installed KDE1.1 on RedHat5.0+
Updates to library, RPM packages. I
got everything working ok and want to
setup the PPP connection. I installed
the large 'KDE_application' RPM package
as well during the install. This came with all
the bells and stuff..but kppp is not their.
Can anyone point me to the application I need
to install?

 Thanks!

Regards,

Darryl

 
 
 

KDE kppp application Question?

Post by Jim Ros » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00



>I have heard of a application within
>KDE that helps you setup your PPP
>connection to say an ISP. I tried
>running 'kppp' at a xterm window
>and its not their.

>  I just installed KDE1.1 on RedHat5.0+
>Updates to library, RPM packages. I
>got everything working ok and want to
>setup the PPP connection. I installed
>the large 'KDE_application' RPM package
>as well during the install. This came with all
>the bells and stuff..but kppp is not their.
>Can anyone point me to the application I need
>to install?

> Thanks!

>Regards,

>Darryl


How about this file
ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/1.1/distribution/rpm/RedHat-5.0egcs/...
e-applications/kdenetwork-ppp-1.1-2rh50egcs.i386.rpm

You don't have to use that KDE-application RPM.
Jim

 
 
 

KDE kppp application Question?

Post by Markus Wand » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00




Quote:>  I just installed KDE1.1 on RedHat5.0+
>Updates to library, RPM packages. I
>got everything working ok and want to
>setup the PPP connection. I installed
>the large 'KDE_application' RPM package
>as well during the install. This came with all
>the bells and stuff..but kppp is not their.

I think there was a separate networking RPM...

Markus

 
 
 

KDE kppp application Question?

Post by Petr Sull » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00



> I have heard of a application within
> KDE that helps you setup your PPP
> connection to say an ISP. I tried
> running 'kppp' at a xterm window
> and its not their.

>   I just installed KDE1.1 on RedHat5.0+
> Updates to library, RPM packages. I
> got everything working ok and want to
> setup the PPP connection. I installed
> the large 'KDE_application' RPM package
> as well during the install. This came with all
> the bells and stuff..but kppp is not their.
> Can anyone point me to the application I need
> to install?

After you installed kde-applications-1.1-3rh5x.i386.rpm, go to
/usr/src/redhat/i386
and you find RPMSs of all apps there. Then do just somethink like rpm -i
*.rpm

Greets

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