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Re: ppp rcvar
Am 13.01.2013 um 13:38 schrieb Patrick Welche <prlw1%cam.ac.uk@localhost>:
> On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 01:34:08PM +0100, Marc Balmer wrote:
>> That is a questionable default. As if the majority of users would want to
>> start PPP.
> Currently, we check whether ppp_peers is set. If it is, we start ppp.
> I was interested in having ppp_peers set, and not starting PPP at startup,
> so new with the patch is the allowed combination ppp=NO ppp_peers="blabla".
>> Anyways, thanks for removing the warning (aka "console spam" ;)
> The warning was for the case "I set ppp=YES and nothing happend" "Sure, you
> didn't say whom I should phone" (which is a bit superfluous)
Hmm, I think you got me confused. I read your first mail as if on _every_
boot, whether with or without PPP I would see that message. But that seems not
to be the case and when I don't set ppp=YES explicitely, nothing happens on the
I think I misunderstood you, so meybe best disregard my comment... All I did
not want is that said error message would appear on consoles of machines that
do not start PPP at all.
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