On Wed, 2003-08-06 at 16:08, Jiger Java wrote:
> >From: Jon-Eirik Pettersen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >Are you running KDE as root?
> >
> >You can add DNS-servers manually to /etc/resolv.conf like:
> >nameserver 62.101.193.44
> >nameserver 217.118.32.13
> 
> The problem is I don't know my ISP's nameservers. They come to me 
> dynamically. On WInXP it works fine. But on FreeBSD I don't know how to make 
> that happen. Also can I connect/configure kppp using non-root user just like 
> in Linux which asks for root password and takes care of the rest?
> 
> >
> >Try this if you dont get KPPP to work:
> >http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/userppp.html
> >
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You can try to get them yourself. Most ISP's have domain/host-names to
their DNS-servers, like ns1.domain.com and ns2.domain.com or
dns1.domain.com and dns2.domain.com. ns.domain.com and dns.domain.com
may also work. Try to get them with nslookup in WinXP or use the servers
I'm using to get them. host ns1.domain.com 62.101.193.44 for example in
FreeBSD. winipconf or ipconf in WinXP should also work. I don't know if
kppp reads /etc/ppp/ppp.conf, but if so, you can add "enable dns" under
"default:".


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