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[alpine-devel] [PATCH] main/ppp: upgrade to 2.4.7, split to modules

From: Valery Kartel <valery.kartel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2014 19:45:58 +0200

---
 main/ppp/APKBUILD        | 149 ++++++++++++++------
 main/ppp/fix-paths.patch |  24 ++++
 main/ppp/options         | 356 -----------------------------------------------
 main/ppp/plog            |   7 -
 main/ppp/poff            | 103 --------------
 main/ppp/pon             |  32 -----
 main/ppp/pon.1           | 121 ----------------
 7 files changed, 131 insertions(+), 661 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 main/ppp/fix-paths.patch
 delete mode 100644 main/ppp/options
 delete mode 100644 main/ppp/plog
 delete mode 100644 main/ppp/poff
 delete mode 100644 main/ppp/pon
 delete mode 100644 main/ppp/pon.1
diff --git a/main/ppp/APKBUILD b/main/ppp/APKBUILD
index a8038cf..5302c87 100644
--- a/main/ppp/APKBUILD
+++ b/main/ppp/APKBUILD
_at_@ -1,25 +1,23 @@
 # Maintainer: Natanael Copa <ncopa_at_alpinelinux.org>
 pkgname=ppp
-pkgver=2.4.6
+pkgver=2.4.7
 pkgrel=0
 pkgdesc="A daemon which implements the PPP protocol for dial-up networking"
 url="http://www.samba.org/ppp/"
 arch="all"
 license="custom:GPL/BSD"
 depends=
-makedepends="libpcap-dev"
-subpackages="$pkgname-dev $pkgname-doc"
+makedepends=
+subpackages="$pkgname-chat $pkgname-chat-doc:chat_doc
+	    $pkgname-radius $pkgname-radius-doc:radius_doc
+	    $pkgname-atm $pkgname-pppoe $pkgname-l2tp $pkgname-winbind
+	    $pkgname-passprompt $pkgname-passwordfd $pkgname-minconn $pkgname-doc $pkgname-dev"
 source="ftp://ftp.samba.org/pub/$pkgname/$pkgname-$pkgver.tar.gz
 	defaultroute-metric.3.patch
 	musl-fix-headers.patch
-
-	options
-	pon
-	poff
-	plog
-	pon.1
-	ip-up
-	ip-down"
+	fix-paths.patch
+	ip-down
+	ip-up"
 
 _builddir="$srcdir"/$pkgname-$pkgver
 prepare() {
_at_@ -64,45 +62,112 @@ package() {
 	make INSTROOT="$pkgdir" install || return 1
 	install -Dm644 include/net/ppp_defs.h \
 		"$pkgdir"/usr/include/net/ppp_defs.h || return 1
-
-	install -D -m644 "$srcdir"/options "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/options
 	install -D -m755 "$srcdir"/ip-up "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/ip-up
 	install -D -m755 "$srcdir"/ip-down "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/ip-down
-	install -D -m755 "$srcdir"/pon "$pkgdir"/usr/bin/pon
-	install -D -m755 "$srcdir"/poff "$pkgdir"/usr/bin/poff
-	install -D -m755 "$srcdir"/plog "$pkgdir"/usr/sbin/plog
+	install -D -m644 etc.ppp/options "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/options
 	install -D -m600 etc.ppp/pap-secrets "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/pap-secrets
 	install -D -m600 etc.ppp/chap-secrets "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/chap-secrets
-	install -D -m644 "$srcdir"/pon.1 "$pkgdir"/usr/share/man/man1/pon.1
-	mkdir -p "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/peers
+	install -D -m644 scripts/pon.1 "$pkgdir"/usr/share/man/man1/pon.1
+	install -d "$pkgdir"/usr/share/doc/ppp
+	cp scripts/* "$pkgdir"/usr/share/doc/ppp/
+	rm "$pkgdir"/usr/share/doc/ppp/pon.1
+	install -d "$pkgdir"/etc/ppp/peers
+}
+
+atm() {
+	pkgdesc="pppd plugin to implement PPPoATM protocol"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/pppoatm.so 755
+}
+
+minconn() {
+	pkgdesc="pppd plugin to implement a 'minconnect' option"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/minconn.so 755
+}
+
+winbind() {
+	pkgdesc="WINBIND plugin for pppd"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/winbind.so 755
+}
+
+
+passprompt() {
+	pkgdesc="pppd plugin to invoke an external PAP password prompter"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/passprompt.so 755
+}
+
+passwordfd() {
+	pkgdesc="pppd plugin let's you pass the password via a file descriptor"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/passwordfd.so 755
+}
+
+chat() {
+	pkgdesc="a program for automatic ppp session establishment"
+	_mv usr/sbin/chat 755
+}
+
+chat_doc() {
+	arch="noarch"
+	_mv usr/share/man/man8/chat.8 644 doc
+}
+
+l2tp() {
+	pkgdesc="pppd plugin to implement PPPoL2TP protocol"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/openl2tp.so 755
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/pppol2tp.so 755
+}
+
+pppoe() {
+	pkgdesc="pppd plugin for kernel-mode PPPoE on Linux"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/rp-pppoe.so 755
+	_mv usr/sbin/pppoe-discovery 755
+}
+
+radius() {
+	pkgdesc="RADIUS plugin for pppd"
+	depends="ppp"
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/radius.so 755
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/radattr.so 755
+	_mv usr/lib/pppd/$pkgver/radrealms.so 755
+	install -d "$subpkgdir"/etc/radiusclient
+	cp -r "$_builddir"/pppd/plugins/radius/etc/* "$subpkgdir"/etc/radiusclient
+	mv "$subpkgdir"/etc/radiusclient/radiusclient.conf.in "$subpkgdir"/etc/radiusclient/radiusclient.conf
+	sed -i "s:_at_pkgsysconfdir@:/etc/radiusclient:g" "$subpkgdir"/etc/radiusclient/radiusclient.conf
+	sed -i "s:_at_sbindir@:/usr/sbin:g" "$subpkgdir"/etc/radiusclient/radiusclient.conf
+}
+
+radius_doc() {
+	arch="noarch"
+	_mv usr/share/man/man8/pppd-radius.8 644 doc
+	_mv usr/share/man/man8/pppd-radattr.8 644 doc
+}
+
+_mv() {
+	install -m $2 -D "$pkgdir"/$1 "$subpkgdir"/$1
+	[ -n $3 ] && gzip -9 "$subpkgdir"/$1
+	rm "$pkgdir"/$1
 }
-md5sums="3434d2cc9327167a0723aaaa8670083b  ppp-2.4.6.tar.gz
+md5sums="78818f40e6d33a1d1de68a1551f6595a  ppp-2.4.7.tar.gz
 5a5c2d1bdca62979d9ed7a5a648e86d1  defaultroute-metric.3.patch
 8d2128c74d62a2844491a24794b05a3e  musl-fix-headers.patch
-9185f645bb433b22a9951d9d12f79c35  options
-48c024f73a80c8b69c4def22f86902cc  pon
-2d811f8470ccdea3b8c4505a438483e9  poff
-86cdaf133f7a79fb464f02d83afc7734  plog
-44cc662ba9aa61dd9add3ddd4c5ded57  pon.1
-fac0c773490371ea673f4be0977a230f  ip-up
-a88b40b1bf91eb5cca3762b7195e4fe2  ip-down"
-sha256sums="1b33181a03962c8a092c055fb9980e9722728a8d98a4bb7ec7acda17c1b1b49d  ppp-2.4.6.tar.gz
+c8f78e010a776d114d687b1a742ca6bb  fix-paths.patch
+a88b40b1bf91eb5cca3762b7195e4fe2  ip-down
+fac0c773490371ea673f4be0977a230f  ip-up"
+sha256sums="02e0a3dd3e4799e33103f70ec7df75348c8540966ee7c948e4ed8a42bbccfb30  ppp-2.4.7.tar.gz
 1f69c03747ed68eaaaa8b2f0a239e57f167967fc90a6f89d802dcfe77026846f  defaultroute-metric.3.patch
 b136d5366e64a686a3ea24baaaeb4a37c2654c098dd7fcb263caebf9e9281956  musl-fix-headers.patch
-9f473800a48bbaec41b465817ae9c4c53d6b0ce865b4298d9353b30707a39605  options
-c92e0721c4f53987dd0a02fe7089d0f5a58cdb7bb9f26d1bddc28111406ce6c2  pon
-ee1e1e5f164effe49bc7ffab3fbde6efbd46d186c58192913f749257026d75e2  poff
-43608081ab9d6a755eb4e6fa2011f88b16b1702745d76bced6d546a7c579b39f  plog
-9bb35eac78898cdc75184bb70fea11fb2e2889e1e2cadf0b7bb8320d7cae0959  pon.1
-7d44e21ed945434c32a385f44c690826f74c3d5ddac353deae8174692d8d1beb  ip-up
-84f2b44c9f4b8abdbc9cfbfffb669fa19385b80da55f9c292df115189dc62bd6  ip-down"
-sha512sums="65d6967ba43cd8b4d3f63f52ff69f6fed964f748fc780dff982629668213c2cd1891671f6f4a0c1c22118a382e282fabdd2328e60a120d9b984d3c17f9355cc6  ppp-2.4.6.tar.gz
+b6453eeb32a78d6748b3fc5ef9f21a7862f70f8316c3903097ad63f00497266b  fix-paths.patch
+84f2b44c9f4b8abdbc9cfbfffb669fa19385b80da55f9c292df115189dc62bd6  ip-down
+7d44e21ed945434c32a385f44c690826f74c3d5ddac353deae8174692d8d1beb  ip-up"
+sha512sums="e34ce24020af6a73e7a26c83c4f73a9c83fa455b7b363794dba27bf01f70368be06bff779777843949bd77f4bc9385d6ad455ea48bf8fff4e0d73cc8fef16ae2  ppp-2.4.7.tar.gz
 fccc7a6809ae4a617796ccf1d2132de8edb1cc0c71d76a95393585a5970b92be2a54da558702db355c8aea8d37b4dfffc64406129a2b3322f0b10e8f0481f685  defaultroute-metric.3.patch
 2f071ea9db15e4abf1bed6cce8130dc81b710a31bfef5fa8f9370c353f845dbc47674b1551b8e040478e5156add6f98d480530206125e8bb308f0f4288d1eec6  musl-fix-headers.patch
-cabcaa8d44f0da399326b7f93267d4786b32f69c6fa7a78ab451575a8cc594f2a259406166c874d88ecfc0861b8b4abdb3b653cf1cb00e2f2838ea880962f6ee  options
-29233c8010f511792c2dcf54ee06ede271994ef029b6b526aeeb17433233ef6b638b96346d81db55c2a6bb25fb07633328415cd3af55dadd78a32b1d45b07dd8  pon
-3605ce49bad21473ef5f3ff2421e1ef7687e9267986503deca63ae3a2baa6308e8d031cb1da2f93b5b73dc292206a49c59cea17b80c129272cc975e07e3c6142  poff
-f40ab2549c2e05adc018197911c4820187aa5e9920004b0b1d68ebf38688a1fcab1f79966eb73f36237ec84f056ab9e0c05e32cbfd73fdd0c368216cf54741fd  plog
-c5dc475940a34a2b489279f89d9b428b0e811abb6b22ef53b926784ab39e92981cd1eab79f8ff0c91de618c3bf890701fd7a8138537cdb036f8771e7ca16b5c4  pon.1
-8258c95a6b6e8e94d6001b5cd3a99bd3270f29ba0f2e5050a26c8d5f1b67eead8d039e71ce86a784d45e620047b0a2bb14b258d80a9ea62084ba588a4c2e2d84  ip-up
-160260bd2a788beaac395eadb38efbfd1e0e1a458fe151555acacf2c4f3a12381d644672c664f9793db6e3459a4f05a54e3ff6d407b0d37e8014b15bd0f11bcc  ip-down"
+8384afb992a98a7f97b484866e6aa1b1de51e901d7837f84f7ce2beba6815591450fab43957f03b65804424c4940c59640a9cd878979240a171aa77427e9c4ff  fix-paths.patch
+160260bd2a788beaac395eadb38efbfd1e0e1a458fe151555acacf2c4f3a12381d644672c664f9793db6e3459a4f05a54e3ff6d407b0d37e8014b15bd0f11bcc  ip-down
+8258c95a6b6e8e94d6001b5cd3a99bd3270f29ba0f2e5050a26c8d5f1b67eead8d039e71ce86a784d45e620047b0a2bb14b258d80a9ea62084ba588a4c2e2d84  ip-up"
diff --git a/main/ppp/fix-paths.patch b/main/ppp/fix-paths.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0b08f7f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/main/ppp/fix-paths.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+--- a/pppd/plugins/pppol2tp/Makefile.linux
++++ b/pppd/plugins/pppol2tp/Makefile.linux
+_at_@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
+ 
+ #***********************************************************************
+ 
+-DESTDIR = _at_DESTDIR@
++DESTDIR = $(INSTROOT)_at_DESTDIR@
+ LIBDIR = $(DESTDIR)/lib/pppd/$(VERSION)
+ 
+ VERSION = $(shell awk -F '"' '/VERSION/ { print $$2; }' ../../patchlevel.h)
+
+--- a/pppd/plugins/radius/pathnames.h
++++ b/pppd/plugins/radius/pathnames.h
+_at_@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
+ 
+ /* normally defined in the Makefile */
+ #ifndef _PATH_ETC_RADIUSCLIENT_CONF
+-#define _PATH_ETC_RADIUSCLIENT_CONF       "/etc/radiusclient.conf"
++#define _PATH_ETC_RADIUSCLIENT_CONF       "/etc/radiusclient/radiusclient.conf"
+ #endif
+ 
+ #endif /* PATHNAMES_H */
+
diff --git a/main/ppp/options b/main/ppp/options
deleted file mode 100644
index 0d3a80d..0000000
--- a/main/ppp/options
+++ /dev/null
_at_@ -1,356 +0,0 @@
-# /etc/ppp/options
-# 
-# Originally created by Jim Knoble <jmknoble_at_mercury.interpath.net>
-# Modified for Debian by alvar Bray <alvar_at_meiko.co.uk>
-# Modified for PPP Server setup by Christoph Lameter <clameter_at_debian.org>
-# Modified for ArchLinux by Manolis Tzanidakis <manolis_at_archlinux.org>
-#
-# To quickly see what options are active in this file, use this command:
-#   egrep -v '#|^ *$' /etc/ppp/options
-
-# Specify which DNS Servers the incoming Win95 or WinNT Connection should use
-# Two Servers can be remotely configured
-# ms-dns 192.168.1.1
-# ms-dns 192.168.1.2
-
-# Specify which WINS Servers the incoming connection Win95 or WinNT should use
-# ms-wins 192.168.1.50
-# ms-wins 192.168.1.51
-
-# Run the executable or shell command specified after pppd has
-# terminated the link.  This script could, for example, issue commands
-# to the modem to cause it to hang up if hardware modem control signals
-# were not available.
-#disconnect "chat -- \d+++\d\c OK ath0 OK"
-
-# async character map -- 32-bit hex; each bit is a character
-# that needs to be escaped for pppd to receive it.  0x00000001
-# represents '\x01', and 0x80000000 represents '\x1f'.
-asyncmap 0
-
-# Require the peer to authenticate itself before allowing network
-# packets to be sent or received.
-# Please do not disable this setting. It is expected to be standard in
-# future releases of pppd. Use the call option (see manpage) to disable
-# authentication for specific peers.
-auth
-
-# Use hardware flow control (i.e. RTS/CTS) to control the flow of data
-# on the serial port.
-crtscts
-
-# Use software flow control (i.e. XON/XOFF) to control the flow of data
-# on the serial port.
-#xonxoff
-
-# Specifies that certain characters should be escaped on transmission
-# (regardless of whether the peer requests them to be escaped with its
-# async control character map).  The characters to be escaped are
-# specified as a list of hex numbers separated by commas.  Note that
-# almost any character can be specified for the escape option, unlike
-# the asyncmap option which only allows control characters to be
-# specified.  The characters which may not be escaped are those with hex
-# values 0x20 - 0x3f or 0x5e.
-#escape 11,13,ff
-
-# Don't use the modem control lines.
-#local
-
-# Specifies that pppd should use a UUCP-style lock on the serial device
-# to ensure exclusive access to the device.
-lock
-
-# Don't show the passwords when logging the contents of PAP packets.
-# This is the default.
-hide-password
-
-# When logging the contents of PAP packets, this option causes pppd to
-# show the password string in the log message.
-#show-password
-
-# Use the modem control lines.  On Ultrix, this option implies hardware
-# flow control, as for the crtscts option.  (This option is not fully
-# implemented.)
-modem
-
-# Set the MRU [Maximum Receive Unit] value to <n> for negotiation.  pppd
-# will ask the peer to send packets of no more than <n> bytes. The
-# minimum MRU value is 128.  The default MRU value is 1500.  A value of
-# 296 is recommended for slow links (40 bytes for TCP/IP header + 256
-# bytes of data).
-#mru 542
-
-# Set the interface netmask to <n>, a 32 bit netmask in "decimal dot"
-# notation (e.g. 255.255.255.0).
-#netmask 255.255.255.0
-
-# Disables the default behaviour when no local IP address is specified,
-# which is to determine (if possible) the local IP address from the
-# hostname. With this option, the peer will have to supply the local IP
-# address during IPCP negotiation (unless it specified explicitly on the
-# command line or in an options file).
-#noipdefault
-
-# Enables the "passive" option in the LCP.  With this option, pppd will
-# attempt to initiate a connection; if no reply is received from the
-# peer, pppd will then just wait passively for a valid LCP packet from
-# the peer (instead of exiting, as it does without this option).
-#passive
-
-# With this option, pppd will not transmit LCP packets to initiate a
-# connection until a valid LCP packet is received from the peer (as for
-# the "passive" option with old versions of pppd).
-#silent
-
-# Don't request or allow negotiation of any options for LCP and IPCP
-# (use default values).
-#-all
-
-# Disable Address/Control compression negotiation (use default, i.e.
-# address/control field disabled).
-#-ac
-
-# Disable asyncmap negotiation (use the default asyncmap, i.e. escape
-# all control characters).
-#-am
-
-# Don't fork to become a background process (otherwise pppd will do so
-# if a serial device is specified).
-#-detach
-
-# Fork to background once the ppp interface is up
-#updetach
-
-# Disable IP address negotiation (with this option, the remote IP
-# address must be specified with an option on the command line or in
-# an options file).
-#-ip
-
-# Disable IPCP negotiation and IP communication. This option should
-# only be required if the peer is buggy and gets confused by requests
-# from pppd for IPCP negotiation.
-#noip
-
-# Disable magic number negotiation.  With this option, pppd cannot
-# detect a looped-back line.
-#-mn
-
-# Disable MRU [Maximum Receive Unit] negotiation (use default, i.e.
-# 1500).
-#-mru
-
-# Disable protocol field compression negotiation (use default, i.e.
-# protocol field compression disabled).
-#-pc
-
-# Require the peer to authenticate itself using PAP.
-#+pap
-
-# Don't agree to authenticate using PAP.
-#-pap
-
-# Require the peer to authenticate itself using CHAP [Cryptographic
-# Handshake Authentication Protocol] authentication.
-#+chap
-
-# Don't agree to authenticate using CHAP.
-#-chap
-
-# Disable negotiation of Van Jacobson style IP header compression (use
-# default, i.e. no compression).
-#-vj
-
-# Increase debugging level (same as -d).  If this option is given, pppd
-# will log the contents of all control packets sent or received in a
-# readable form.  The packets are logged through syslog with facility
-# daemon and level debug. This information can be directed to a file by
-# setting up /etc/syslog.conf appropriately (see syslog.conf(5)).  (If
-# pppd is compiled with extra debugging enabled, it will log messages
-# using facility local2 instead of daemon).
-#debug
-
-# Append the domain name <d> to the local host name for authentication
-# purposes.  For example, if gethostname() returns the name porsche,
-# but the fully qualified domain name is porsche.Quotron.COM, you would
-# use the domain option to set the domain name to Quotron.COM.
-#domain <d>
-
-# Enable debugging code in the kernel-level PPP driver.  The argument n
-# is a number which is the sum of the following values: 1 to enable
-# general debug messages, 2 to request that the contents of received
-# packets be printed, and 4 to request that the contents of transmitted
-# packets be printed.
-#kdebug n
-
-# Set the MTU [Maximum Transmit Unit] value to <n>. Unless the peer
-# requests a smaller value via MRU negotiation, pppd will request that
-# the kernel networking code send data packets of no more than n bytes
-# through the PPP network interface.
-#mtu <n>
-
-# Set the name of the local system for authentication purposes to <n>.
-# This is a privileged option. With this option, pppd will use lines in the
-# secrets files which have <n> as the second field when looking for a
-# secret to use in authenticating the peer. In addition, unless overridden
-# with the user option, <n> will be used as the name to send to the peer
-# when authenticating the local system to the peer. (Note that pppd does
-# not append the domain name to <n>.)
-#name <n>
-
-# Enforce the use of the hostname as the name of the local system for
-# authentication purposes (overrides the name option).
-#usehostname
-
-# Set the assumed name of the remote system for authentication purposes
-# to <n>.
-#remotename <n>
-
-# Add an entry to this system's ARP [Address Resolution Protocol]
-# table with the IP address of the peer and the Ethernet address of this
-# system.
-proxyarp
-
-# Use the system password database for authenticating the peer using
-# PAP. Note: mgetty already provides this option. If this is specified
-# then dialin from users using a script under Linux to fire up ppp wont work.
-# login
-
-# If this option is given, pppd will send an LCP echo-request frame to the
-# peer every n seconds. Normally the peer should respond to the echo-request
-# by sending an echo-reply. This option can be used with the
-# lcp-echo-failure option to detect that the peer is no longer connected.
-lcp-echo-interval 30
-
-# If this option is given, pppd will presume the peer to be dead if n
-# LCP echo-requests are sent without receiving a valid LCP echo-reply.
-# If this happens, pppd will terminate the connection.  Use of this
-# option requires a non-zero value for the lcp-echo-interval parameter.
-# This option can be used to enable pppd to terminate after the physical
-# connection has been broken (e.g., the modem has hung up) in
-# situations where no hardware modem control lines are available.
-lcp-echo-failure 4
-
-# Set the LCP restart interval (retransmission timeout) to <n> seconds
-# (default 3).
-#lcp-restart <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of LCP terminate-request transmissions to <n>
-# (default 3).
-#lcp-max-terminate <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of LCP configure-request transmissions to <n>
-# (default 10).
-#lcp-max-configure <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of LCP configure-NAKs returned before starting
-# to send configure-Rejects instead to <n> (default 10).
-#lcp-max-failure <n>
-
-# Set the IPCP restart interval (retransmission timeout) to <n>
-# seconds (default 3).
-#ipcp-restart <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of IPCP terminate-request transmissions to <n>
-# (default 3).
-#ipcp-max-terminate <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of IPCP configure-request transmissions to <n>
-# (default 10).
-#ipcp-max-configure <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of IPCP configure-NAKs returned before starting
-# to send configure-Rejects instead to <n> (default 10).
-#ipcp-max-failure <n>
-
-# Set the PAP restart interval (retransmission timeout) to <n> seconds
-# (default 3).
-#pap-restart <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of PAP authenticate-request transmissions to
-# <n> (default 10).
-#pap-max-authreq <n>
-
-# Set the maximum time that pppd will wait for the peer to authenticate
-# itself with PAP to <n> seconds (0 means no limit).
-#pap-timeout <n>
-
-# Set the CHAP restart interval (retransmission timeout for
-# challenges) to <n> seconds (default 3).
-#chap-restart <n>
-
-# Set the maximum number of CHAP challenge transmissions to <n>
-# (default 10).
-#chap-max-challenge
-
-# If this option is given, pppd will rechallenge the peer every <n>
-# seconds.
-#chap-interval <n>
-
-# With this option, pppd will accept the peer's idea of our local IP
-# address, even if the local IP address was specified in an option.
-#ipcp-accept-local
-
-# With this option, pppd will accept the peer's idea of its (remote) IP
-# address, even if the remote IP address was specified in an option.
-#ipcp-accept-remote
-
-# Disable the IPXCP and IPX protocols.
-# To let pppd pass IPX packets comment this out --- you'll probably also
-# want to install ipxripd, and have the Internal IPX Network option enabled
-# in your kernel.  /usr/doc/HOWTO/IPX-HOWTO.gz contains more info.
-noipx
-
-# Exit once a connection has been made and terminated. This is the default,
-# unless the `persist' or `demand' option has been specified.
-#nopersist
-
-# Do not exit after a connection is terminated; instead try to reopen
-# the connection.
-#persist
-
-# Terminate after n consecutive failed connection attempts.
-# A value of 0 means no limit. The default value is 10.
-#maxfail <n>
-maxfail 0
-
-# Initiate the link only on demand, i.e. when data traffic is present. 
-# With this option, the remote IP address must be specified by the user on
-# the command line or in an options file.  Pppd will initially configure
-# the interface and enable it for IP traffic without connecting to the peer. 
-# When traffic is available, pppd will connect to the peer and perform
-# negotiation, authentication, etc.  When this is completed, pppd will
-# commence passing data packets (i.e., IP packets) across the link.
-#demand
-
-# Specifies that pppd should disconnect if the link is idle for <n> seconds.
-# The link is idle when no data packets (i.e. IP packets) are being sent or
-# received.  Note: it is not advisable to use this option with the persist
-# option without the demand option.  If the active-filter option is given,
-# data packets which are rejected by the specified activity filter also
-# count as the link being idle.
-#idle <n>
-
-# Specifies how many seconds to wait before re-initiating the link after
-# it terminates.  This option only has any effect if the persist or demand
-# option is used.  The holdoff period is not applied if the link was
-# terminated because it was idle.
-#holdoff <n>
-
-# Wait for up n milliseconds after the connect script finishes for a valid
-# PPP packet from the peer.  At the end of this time, or when a valid PPP
-# packet is received from the peer, pppd will commence negotiation by
-# sending its first LCP packet.  The default value is 1000 (1 second).
-# This wait period only applies if the connect or pty option is used.
-#connect-delay <n>
-
-# Packet filtering: for more information, see pppd(8)
-# Any packets matching the filter expression will be interpreted as link
-# activity, and will cause a "demand" connection to be activated, and reset
-# the idle connection timer. (idle option)
-# The filter expression is akin to that of tcpdump(1)
-#active-filter <filter-expression>
-
-# uncomment the line below this if you use PPPoE
-#plugin /usr/lib/pppd/plugins/pppoe.so
-
-# ---<End of File>---
diff --git a/main/ppp/plog b/main/ppp/plog
deleted file mode 100644
index 84d2c73..0000000
--- a/main/ppp/plog
+++ /dev/null
_at_@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/sh
-
-if [ -s /var/log/ppp.log ]; then
-  exec tail "$_at_" /var/log/ppp.log
-else
-  exec tail "$_at_" /var/log/syslog | grep ' \(pppd\|chat\)\['
-fi
diff --git a/main/ppp/poff b/main/ppp/poff
deleted file mode 100644
index 8b4dffc..0000000
--- a/main/ppp/poff
+++ /dev/null
_at_@ -1,103 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/sh
-
-# Written by John Hasler <john_at_dhh.gt.org> and based on work 
-# by Phil Hands <phil_at_hands.com>.  Distributed under the GNU GPL
-
-if [ -x /usr/bin/kill ]; then
-  KILL="/usr/bin/kill"
-else
-  KILL="/bin/kill"
-fi
-SIG=TERM
-DONE="stopped"
-MODE=""
-
-usage ()
-{
-   cat <<!EOF!
-usage: $0 [option] [provider]
-options:
-  -r        Cause pppd to drop the line and redial.
-  -d        Toggle the state of pppd's debug option.
-  -c        Cause pppd to renegotiate compression.
-  -a        Stop all pppd's.  'provider' will be ignored.
-  -h        Print this help summary and exit.
-  -v        Print version and exit.
-  none      Stop pppd.
-
-Options may not be combined.
-
-If 'provider' is omitted pppd will be stopped or signalled if and only if
-there is exactly one running unless the '-a' option was given.  If
-'provider' is supplied the pppd controlling the connection to that
-provider will be stopped or signalled.
-!EOF!
-}
-
-# Get option.  If there are none replace the "?" that getopts puts in
-# FLAG on error with "null".
-getopts rdcavh FLAG
-if [ "$?" -ne 0 ]; then
-    FLAG="null"
-fi
-
-# Check for additional options.  Should be none.
-getopts :rdcavh DUMMY
-if [ "$?" -eq 0 ]; then
-    echo "$0: Illegal option -- ${OPTARG}."
-    exit 1
-fi
-
-case $FLAG in
- "r") SIG=HUP;  DONE=signalled; shift ;;
- "d") SIG=USR1; DONE=signalled; shift ;;
- "c") SIG=USR2; DONE=signalled; shift ;;
- "a") MODE="all"; shift ;;
- "v") echo "$0$Revision: 1.1 $_TrickToPrint_RCS_Revision"; exit 0 ;;
- "h") usage; exit 0 ;;
- "?") exit 1;
-esac
-
-# Get the PIDs of all the pppds running.  Could also get these from
-# /var/run, but pppd doesn't create .pid files until ppp is up.
-PIDS=`pidof pppd`
-
-# poff is pointless if pppd isn't running.
-if test -z "$PIDS"; then
-    echo "$0: No pppd is running.  None ${DONE}."
-    exit 1
-fi
-
-# Find out how many pppd's are running.
-N=`echo "$PIDS" | wc -w`
-
-# If there are no arguments we can't do anything if there is more than one
-# pppd running.
-if test "$#" -eq 0 -a "$N" -gt 1 -a $FLAG != "a" ; then
-    echo "$0: More than one pppd running and no "-a" option and 
-no arguments supplied. Nothing ${DONE}."
-    exit 1
-fi
-
-# If either there are no arguments or '-a' was specified kill all the
-# pppd's.
-if test "$#" -eq 0 -o "$MODE" = "all" ; then
-    $KILL -$SIG $PIDS || {
-        echo "$0: $KILL failed.  None ${DONE}."
-        exit 1
-    }
-    exit 0
-fi
-
-# There is an argument, so kill the pppd started on that provider.
-PID=`ps axw | grep "[ /]pppd call $1 *\$" | awk '{print $1}'`
-if test -n "$PID" ; then
-    $KILL -$SIG $PID || {
-        echo "$0: $KILL failed.  None ${DONE}."
-        exit 1
-    }
-else
-   echo "$0: I could not find a pppd process for provider '$1'. None ${DONE}."
-   exit 1
-fi
-exit 0
diff --git a/main/ppp/pon b/main/ppp/pon
deleted file mode 100644
index 3688505..0000000
--- a/main/ppp/pon
+++ /dev/null
_at_@ -1,32 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/sh
-
-case "$1" in
-  -*) echo "
-Usage: pon [provider] [arguments]
-
-If you specify one argument, a PPP connection will be started using
-settings from the appropriate file in the /etc/ppp/peers/ directory, and
-any additional arguments supplied will be passed as extra arguments to
-pppd.
-"
-      exit 0
-      ;;
-esac
-
-if [ -z "$1" -a ! -f /etc/ppp/peers/provider ]; then
-  echo "
-Please configure /etc/ppp/peers/provider or use a command line argument to
-use another file in /etc/ppp/peers/ directory.
-"
-  exit 1
-fi
-
-if [ "$1" -a ! -f "/etc/ppp/peers/$1" ]; then
-  echo "
-The file /etc/ppp/peers/$1 does not exist.
-"
-  exit 1
-fi
-
-exec /usr/sbin/pppd call ${_at_:-provider}
-
diff --git a/main/ppp/pon.1 b/main/ppp/pon.1
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index bb32205..0000000
--- a/main/ppp/pon.1
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-.\" This manual is published under the GPL.
-.\" All guidelines specified in the GPL apply here.
-.\" To get an ascii file:
-.\" groff -man -Tascii pon.1 > pon.txt
-.\"
-.TH PON 1 "July 2000" "Debian Project" "Debian PPPD"
-.SH NAME
-pon, poff, plog \- starts up, shuts down or lists the log of PPP connections
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.B pon
-[ isp-name [ options ] ]
-.br
-.B poff
-[ -r ] [ -d ] [ -c ] [ -a ] [ -h ] [ isp-name ]
-.br
-.B plog
-[ arguments ]
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-This manual page describes the \fBpon\fP, \fBplog\fP and \fBpoff\fP
-scripts, which allow users to control PPP connections.
-..
-.SS pon
-\fBpon\fP, invoked without arguments, runs the \fI/etc/ppp/ppp_on_boot\fP
-file, if it exists and is executable. Otherwise, a PPP connection will be
-started using configuration from \fI/etc/ppp/peers/provider\fP.
-This is the default behaviour unless an \fBisp-name\fP argument is given.
-.PP
-For instance, to use ISP configuration "myisp" run:
-.IP
-pon myisp
-.PP
-\fBpon\fP will then use the options file \fI/etc/ppp/peers/myisp\fP.
-You can pass additional \fBoptions\fP after the ISP name, too.
-\fBpon\fP can be used to run multiple, simultaneous PPP connections.
-..
-.SS poff
-\fBpoff\fP closes a PPP connection. If more than one PPP connection exists,
-the one named in the argument to \fBpoff\fP will be killed, e.g.
-.IP
-poff myprovider2
-.PP
-will terminate the connection to myprovider2, and leave the PPP connections
-to e.g. "myprovider1" or "myprovider3" up and running.
-.PP
-\fBpoff\fP takes the following command line options:
-.RS
-.TP
-.B "\-r"
-causes the connection to be redialed after it is dropped.
-.TP
-.B "\-d"
-toggles the state of pppd's debug option.
-.TP
-.B "\-c"
-causes
-.BR pppd (8)
-to renegotiate compression.
-.TP
-.B "\-a"
-stops all running ppp connections. If the argument \fBisp-name\fP
-is given it will be ignored.
-.TP
-.B "\-h"
-displays help information.
-.TP
-.B "\-v"
-prints the version and exits.
-.PP
-If no argument is given, \fBpoff\fP will stop or signal pppd if and only
-if there is exactly one running. If more than one connection is active,
-it will exit with an error code of 1.
-..
-.SS plog
-\fBplog\fP shows you the last few lines of \fI/var/log/ppp.log\fP. If that
-file doesn't exist, it shows you the last few lines of your
-\fI/var/log/syslog\fP file, but excluding the lines not generated by pppd.
-This script makes use of the
-.BR tail (1)
-command, so arguments that can be passed to
-.BR tail (1)
-can also be passed to \fBplog\fP.
-.PP
-Note: the \fBplog\fP script can only be used by root or another system
-administrator in group "adm", due to security reasons. Also, to have all
-pppd-generated information in one logfile, that plog can show, you need the
-following line in your \fI/etc/syslog.conf\fP file:
-.PP
-local2.*                -/var/log/ppp.log
-.RE
-.SH FILES
-.TP
-.I /etc/ppp/options
-PPPd system options file.
-.TP
-.I /etc/ppp/pap-secrets
-System PAP passwords file.
-.TP
-.I /etc/ppp/chap-secrets
-System CHAP passwords file.
-.TP
-.I /etc/ppp/peers/
-Directory holding the peer options files. The default file is called
-\fIprovider\fP.
-.TP
-.I /etc/chatscripts/provider
-The chat script invoked from the default \fI/etc/ppp/peers/provider\fP.
-.TP
-.I /var/log/ppp.log
-The default PPP log file.
-.SH AUTHORS
-The p-commands were written by Christoph Lameter <clameter_at_debian.org>.
-Updated and revised by Philip Hands <phil_at_hands.com>.
-.br
-This manual was written by Othmar Pasteka <othmar_at_tron.at>. Modified
-by Rob Levin <lilo_at_openprojects.net>, with some extensions taken from
-the old p-commands manual written by John Hasler <jhasler_at_debian.org>.
-.SH "SEE ALSO"
-.BR pppd (8),
-.BR chat (8),
-.BR tail (1).
-
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