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Re: kppp broken
Correction: I type in my user account's password and it opens up kppp.
My mistake. But can I turn off that password-prompt? Again, this doesn't
prompt me to dial, it prompts me for my password just to open kppp.
Any ideas appreciated.
> So I thought I should upgrade to KDE 1.1.2 from KDE 1.1.1 just because
> it was there. I grabbed all the rpm's, installed them okay, and
> Everything so far appears to work, except kppp. When I run it, a dialog
> window appears which just says Password: and has a field. Nothing else.
> And I don't know what the password is! I tried my user password, the
> root, and the ISP account. None of them do anything here.
> Before I upgraded, kppp would load with the nice window that had several
> fields including username, password, and account. Not anymore!
> I can run kppp as root and it works like it should. But not as a user.
> Obviously I checked file permissions on kppp and it's ok.
> What can I try next?
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