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I've been using pppd on my 5.2 system. I setup a script to run ntpdate and a
couple of oher things when I connect to my ISP in /etc/ppp/auth-up, but it
doesn't appear to run.
Just in case it was a timing problem I added a sleep 20 line, but that doesn't
make any difference.
A listing of the file looks like:
- -- -rwxr-xr-- 1 root wheel 265 May 21 17:30 auth-up
and it's contens are:
#Perform these actions whenever ppp connects
#Synchronise to network time
#Keep synchronised while online
#Update the port vunerability database
ntpd never runs and there are no entries in /var/log/messages to show ntpdate
being run either.
Does auth-up work for anyone else? Are my file permissions wrong perhaps?
The sript runs correctly if I run it as root.
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