I upgraded from kde to kde2 and in the beginning still used my old
kppp (from the old kde) which worked as before.
Now that I installed the updated kppp for kde2 as well, there are some
funny problems I don't understand!
The problem with setuid or write permission for the lock file was only
a minor problem, but the real problem now is:
Agent running under wine now gives me an error: not enough memory to
initialize winsock... !?
I really can't see the reason for this recent error with the new kppp;
I have lots of free memory, and moreover, other internet applications
work o.k., like netscape, ftp etc. And still I can't get Agent to
connect any longer.
So I went back to my still fully functional kppp from the old kde1,
apart from using pure dip and chat scripts which I mostly used anyway
instead of tools like kppp.
Anyone else noticed this annoyance, and perhaps someone know the
reason and a good solution?