my kppp is still there, it is just renamed on the menu.
K --> Internet --> Internet Dialer
Mine is still under /usr/sbin/kppp
the kppp is contained in the kde-network-ppp package
there is a kde-network and a kde-network-ppp packages in KDE2
> > I installed KDE2 from kde.org source tars in a Redhat 6.2 partition that was
> > new. KDE runs, and Netscape is there and runs, but there is no kppp to
> > connect to the Internet. In the older KDE1 partition there seem to be 8-10
> > files named kppp or kdelink, so that I feel my chance of moving them over
> > correctly into what are different directories is very poor. The KDE tars
> > list does not give one for kppp. How did everyone else get kppp?
> my kppp is still there, it is just renamed on the menu.
> K --> Internet --> Internet Dialer
> Mine is still under /usr/sbin/kppp
> the kppp is contained in the kde-network-ppp package
> there is a kde-network and a kde-network-ppp packages in KDE2
I upgraded KDE 3.0.1 to 3.0.2 via SuSE's Yast online update and now I can't
use Kppp. First I received a message that /etc/ppp/peers/kppp doesn't
exist or can't be opened. I created an empty kppp file in the above
directory but still no luck. Obviously something went wrong during the
upgrade. Any idea how to fix this? BTW, I am running SuSE 8.0.
13. KDE 2.0 and kppp