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  Failing Miserably, If Not Inventively
Subject:   disable pppd when not needed?
Date:   2004-02-07 07:59:23
From:   morbus
Response to: disable pppd when not needed?

For the fake pppd to work correctly, it would have had to pass the same environment, STDIN, and command line flags, to the real pppd. Once that was nailed down, the program could be solved a number of different ways. Due to ignorance, however, I was never able to have the fake pppd correctly pass things to the real pppd.
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  • disable pppd when not needed?
    2004-02-09 03:05:54  phrixos [View]

    Why not simply create a dummy pppd as a test, written in bash script or similar, and have it write all of the parameters it's passed to a file for your perusal?
  • possible help
    2004-02-08 00:19:10  hayne [View]

    Maybe the techniques in these macosxhints articles might help:
    http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20030906232648318
    http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20040108231818991