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                                                 Free PPP Software Packages
                       5. FREE PPP SOFTWARE PACKAGES
                                     
       Free PPP FOR SunOS 4.1.x
      
       Free PPP for BSD
      
       Free PPP for SVR4
      
       Free PPP for MSDOS
      
       Free PPP for AmigaOS
      
       Free PPP for NeXT
      
       Free PPP for Macintosh
      
       Free PPP for Ultrix
      
       Free PPP for Linux
      
5.1 free PPP FOR SunOS 4.1.x

  5.1.1 PPP-2.2 FOR BSD, SUNOS 4.X, ULTRIX AND LINUX
  
  Authors                 Paul Mackerras <paulus@cs.anu.edu.au>,
                         Brad Parker <brad@FCR.COM> and contributors
                          Ultrix port: sundstrom@stkhlm.enet.dec.com (Per
                         Sundstrom) and
                         robert@robur.slu.se (Robert Olsson)
                          Linux port: Michael Callahan
                         <callahan@maths.ox.ac.uk>
                         and Al Longyear <longyear@netcom.com>
                         
   Architectures          Sunos 4.x at least on Sparc,
                          Solaris 2.x at least on Sparc and x86
                          NetBSD at least on 80?86 and Amiga
                          Ultrix on DECstations
                          Linux on 80386/80486/Pentium
                         
   FTP archives            ftp://dcssoft.anu.edu.au/pub/ppp/ ppp-2.1.2.tar.gz
                          Also from  merit.edu:/pub/ppp/sunos-new
                         
   Self-Description       ppp-2.1.1 is now available from
                         dcssoft.anu.edu.au, and shortly from merit.edu in
                         /pub/ppp or /pub/ppp/sunos-new, I hope.  This
                         release includes Linux support, thanks to Michael
                         Callahan and Al Longyear, as well as SunOS 4.x,
                         {386,Net,Free}BSD and Ultrix (which were supported
                         in previous versions).
                         
  Other new and changed features in this version include:
                         
   security improvements
                         
   improvements and a man page for chat (thanks to Al Longyear)
                         
   pppd can now use LCP echo-requests to check that the serial
                         connection is intact, and terminate the link if
                         not           (from the Linux port)
                         
   pppd can now reads a port-specific options file
                         (/etc/ppp/options.)
                         
   new pppd options vj-max-slots and -vjccomp to control           how many
                         connection IDs the VJ header compressor will use,
                                  and whether it can compress the
                         connection ID
                         
   several bugs fixed
                         
Paul Mackerras          paulus@cs.anu.edu.au Dept. of Computer Science Aust
                                                 ralian National University
                                                                           
  ... The main change [of 2.0] from ppp-1.3.1 is that the new release
                         contains a substantially improved version of pppd.
                          New features in pppd include:
                         
       Vastly improved security and authentication features
      
       Conforms to RFCs 1331, 1332, 1334
      
       Reads options from files as well as the command line
      
       Does proxy-ARP and default route creation if requested
      
                                      Paul Mackerras <paulus@cs.anu.edu.au>
                                                                           
  Comment                 ppp-2.2 included in NetBSD distributions,
                         reported to work on NetBSD-Amiga and -i386
                         ppp-2.3beta in NetBSD-current ppp-2.0.4 is
                         reported to work on NetBSD-Intel and
                         SunOS-4.x-Sparc (did anybody try NetBSD-Sparc?)
                         ppp-2.1.2 works on Linux on Intel (did anybody try
                         Linux/680x0, e.g. Amiga?)
                         
   Problems               PPP 2.1.2 on a VAX Ultrix  On VAXes with RTS/CTS
                         flow control I can run the serial port at 19.2K
                         and use an MRU of 1500.  On VAXes with MMJ serial
                         connectors without RTS/CTS flow control, I have to
                         use MRU 296 but still specify the crtscts option
                         to pppd, even though the hardware doesn't support
                         it.
                         
                                      Barry Kort <bkort@copernicus.bbn.com>
                                                                           
  5.1.2 DP-2.3
  
  Authors                 Kirk Smith <ks@phoenix.acn.purdue.edu>,
                         peter.galvaby@micromuse.ac.uk and others
                         
   Features               demand-dial, filtering, header compression,
                         server and client, scripting;
                         SunOS loadable modules partially supported
                         
   Comment                basically dp-2.2-beta with typos corrected and
                         non-sun4c kernel
                         architecture supported (tested on sun4c, sun4m and
                         sun3
                         machines, but has problems on sun3x
                         architectures). It has a
                         configuration file, which tells where the other
                         configuration
                         files are. Loadable modules work as long as you
                         don't unload
                         them.  Finally survives even talk(1) without
                         crashing the
                         machine. If you see older versions, especially
                             dp-2.0.tar.Z, toss them immediately!
                         
   Plans                  Solaris 2.1 (sunos 5.1) is supported in the
                         dp-3.1 version (see chapter SVR4).
                         
   Mailing list maintainer
                          ks@phoenix.acn.purdue.edu
                         
   Mailing-list            dp-list@phoenix.acn.purdue.edu (don't send 'add'
                         or 'delete' requests here!!!
                         
   FTP archive
                         ftp@phoenix.acn.purdue.edu:pub/
                         
   WWW document            http://www.acn.purdue.edu/dp/dp.html
                         
  5.1.3 PERKINS/CLEMENTS/FOX/CHRISTY PPP FOR SUNOS
  
  Last version            patch level 6 of 1991-10-04
                         
   Anonymous FTP          [not cited to protect the innocent]
                         
   Comment                should be considered out of date. You need at
                         least a special patch to fix
                         most of a memory leak, and might have other
                         problems. Successor
                         packages are dp-2.3/3.0 and
                         ppp-2.1.
                         
5.2 free PPP for BSD:

  5.2.1 PPP-2.2
  
   see above.
   
5.3 free PPP for SVR4

  5.3.1 ...FOR GENERIC SVR4
  
  Author
                         
                                                Marc Boucher <marc@cam.org>
                                                                           
  Public FTP archive
                         ftp://FTP.CAM.ORG/systems/
                         ix/svr4/CAM-pppd-0.85.tar.gz.
                         
   self-description        The current version is 0.85. Basic support for
                         synchronous PPP and BinTec ISDN was recently
                         added. The wrong interface initialization order
                         resulting in in_interfaces not being incremented
                         properly have been fixed. ... Unlimited
                         redistribution is now allowed. The software is
                         being released AS-IS. I currently do not have time
                         to provide support or implement further
                         enhancements, sorry. The future of the package is
                         uncertain. If someone is willing to pick it up, or
                         integrate my SVR4 changes in a newer PPP package,
                         feel free.
                         
                                                               Marc Boucher
                                                                           
  Comment                  CAM PPP does not work! I have the patches
                         necessary to make ppp-2.2 work on generic SVR4.
                         These are very small patches and make ppp-2.2 work
                         on generic SVR4 just the same way it works on
                         Solaris, AIX, etc., etc.
                         
                                                   joe@zircon.seattle.wa.us
                                                                           
  5.3.2 ...SUNOS 5.X/SOLARIS 2.X
  
   dp-3.1 (Solaris 2.x version of dp-2.3)
   
   dp-3.1 has been out for quite a while. It works with Solaris 2.1 (for
   anyone foolish enough to still be running it), 2.2, 2.3, probably 2.4.
   
   "...It is much more stable and better behaved than the Solaris 2.3 ppp
   from Sun...." (Larry Williamson <larry@mitra.com>)
   
   There is also a specialized WWW documentFAQ at
   http://www.acn.purdue.edu/dp/dp.html.
   
5.4 Free PPP for MSDOS

  5.4.1 WG7J NOS (JNOS) PPP ADDITIONS:
  
   Johan Reinalda (WG7J) did a lot of additions/improvements to the KA9Q
   for MSDOS.  One of them seems to be that PPP is working, finally.  Get
   version 1.08 and up.
   
  Authors                 Phil Karn (KA9Q), Johan Reinalda (WG7J), with
                         additions from lots of others. PPP code written by
                         Katie Stevens of UC Davis, based on the original
                         implementation by Drew Perkins of CMU. Updated by
                         Bill Simpson and Glenn McGregor of the University
                         of Michigan. James Dugal (N5KNX) has taken over
                         development of JNOS.
                         
   Features               server, client, scripting, redial,
                         
   Public FTP sites:
                         
    ftp://pc.usl.edu/pub/ham/jnos/ James's local ftp site. This
                         
                         
                         
                         directory is guaranteed to
                         
                         
                         
                         have the most recent release
                         
                         
                         
                         of JNOS.
                         
    ftp.ucsd.edu:hamradio/packet/tcpip/incoming
                         
   Comment                 There is a entry in the configuration recipes
                         section.
                         
  5.4.2 PPP PACKET DRIVER INTERFACES
  
    5.4.2.1 etherppp
    
  Ftp archive
                         ftp.merit.edu:internet.tools/ppp/dos/etherppp.zip
                          gopher://gopher.archive.umich.edu:7055/11/msdos/c
                         ommunications/ncsa/etherppp-new.zip.new
                         
   Comment                16 Mar 1994    The "NCSAPPP" version of the DOS
                         PPP packet driver is no longer being distributed
                         due to the availability of the newer "ETHERPPP"
                         version of the packet driver.  This packet driver
                         emulates an Ethernet class packet driver and is
                         thus compatible with a wider range of
                         applications.   The older driver presented only a
                         "PPP" class packet driver and only worked with
                         applications which knew specifically of "PPP"
                         class packet drivers.
                         
             -Larry Blunk, Merit Network, Inc. / The University of Michigan
                                                                           
  Then ftp to merit.edu (notice: not ftp.merit.edu) and from the
                         /pub/ppp/dos directory, fetch etherppp.commands.
                         (The etherppp-new executable will seem to be there
                         also, but you'll  find you can't download it.)
                         
  The documentation file in the archive with the executable was written
                         for a much older version of the software, and is
                         obsolete in several  respects.  The /k parameter
                         apparently is no longer needed in 1.9.49  beta.
                         And although you can use the supplied version of
                         TERMIN to  unload the driver from memory, it is no
                         longer necessary.  PPP has a  /u switch which will
                         do the same thing.
                         
  On the plus side, the dialer works nicely.  When the driver is unloaded
                         from memory, it will automatically hang up the
                         modem.  On the minus side,  in addition to random
                         exception errors and lockups, the thing is a
                         memory  hog.  PPP 1.9.49 takes up over 120,000
                         bytes of memory.  That doesn't leave  Minuet's
                         graphical web browser enough room to function
                         properly.  (Runtime  error #204 will commonly
                         appear.)
                         
  When fetching news with Minuet 17A and PPP 1.9.49 beta using Merit's
                         default or "quick" configuration, I frequently
                         crashed on Exception 13  errors.  The following
                         seems to work better, though not 100 percent
                         stable--gopher and ftp in 18A sometimes generate
                         exception errors.
                         

ppp ipcp local compress allow
ppp ipcp open
ppp lcp local accm 0
ppp lcp local acfc on
ppp lcp local pfc on
ppp lcp local magic allow
ppp lcp open

                                              NEIL PARKS <nparks@torah.org>
                                                                           
  Very incomplete features
                          client only
                         
    5.4.2.2 PPPPKT
    
  Author                  Frank Molzahn
                         
   ftp directory          oak.oakland.edu, in one of the directories, where
                         packet drivers are found.
                         
   comment                 The product is not a complete packet driver by
                         itself.  It requires some  additional files that
                         are actually part of Novell's commercial
                         networking  products.  Fortunately, Novell makes
                         them available for free download via  anonymous
                         ftp, if you know where to look.  Molzahn provides
                         complete and  detailed instructions for finding
                         and installing them. PPPPKT does not have any kind
                         of dialer.  You have to dial the  old-fashioned
                         way--use a plain term pgm that will establish the
                         connection  and then get out of the way without
                         hanging up the phone line.  (Telix, for  example,
                         does this very nicely.)
                         
  Performance is a mixed bag.  News (with 17A) and Gopher are very fast.
                         Mail is so slow that "time out" errors occur
                         frequently.  Increasing the  "I/O timeout" and
                         "retransmit timeout" numbers in Minuet's
                         Setup/Network  screen increases the chances the
                         mail might go through eventually--but not  always.
                          Telnet is so slow that it appears to lock up.
                         ftp performance is  odd:  Logon negotiations and
                         directory listings are slow, but once you  start
                         to fetch a file it will come roaring in faster
                         than with any other  packet driver I've tried.
                         PPPPKT takes up less memory than Merit PPP, so
                         your chances of successfully browsing a graphical
                         web page are better.
                         
                                              NEIL PARKS <nparks@torah.org>
                                                                           
  5.4.3 ISPA - ISDN PACKET DRIVER INTERFACE
  
  Ftp archive              ftp://ftp.biochem.mpg.de/pc/
                         
   Self-Description       "    ISPA is an ethernet-type (class=1)
                         packet-driver for IP-Routing or remote Ethernet
                         bridging over ISDN. ISPA communicates with the
                         ISDN card using the Common ISDN API 1.1
                         specification (a standard defined by German ISDN
                         card manufacturers and the German Telekom).
                         Because of this, ISPA is completely hardware
                         independent and has successfully been tested with
                         many active or passive ISDN cards.
                         
  ISPA supports a large set of protocols for communication with other
                         vendors ISDN routers or servers. Among these
                         protocols are: LAPB, Frame-Relay, PPP (including
                         PAP support), SLIP, Cisco-HDLC.
                         
  ISPA was developed for use with PCROUTE as a cheap Ethernet-ISDN Router.
                         However, it has been succesfully tested with a
                         wide range of TCP/IP programs e.g. WATTCP based IP
                         programs, PC-NFS, NCSA & CU -Telnet/ftp, gopher,
                         popmail, PCTCP 2.2 or Trumpet WINSOCK.
                         
  ISPA was written for use with ISDN BRI PC cards. I myself have used ISPA
                         only with the Teles.S0 card, one of the cheapest
                         ISDN cards in Germany. But I got responses from
                         users of ISPA that it will work at least with the
                         following other ISDN cards: AVM A1, AVM B1, Diehl
                         SCOM, Diehl SoTec, NICCY 1000 PC, mbp Solis. Many
                         German vendors of ISDN cards have started to
                         support besides the German signaling system (1TR6)
                         and Euro-ISDN (EDSS1) also other signaling systems
                         in their Common ISDN API 1.1 implementation.
                         
  The current version of ISPA supports two independent active connections
                         at a time. Alternativly a connection can use two
                         B-channels for loadsharing. ISPA can be loaded
                         more than once, if more than two simultanous
                         connections to different sites are desired.
                         Loadsharing can be configured as static or dynamic
                         (bandwith on demand). Dynamic loadsharing can be
                         used concurrently to a second independent
                         connection.
                         
  Loadsharing over two channels is implemented using simple round robin
                         scheduling, because IP doesn't require the orginal
                         packet sequence. It's completly hardware
                         independent. It's works the same way as Cisco
                         implements loadsharing over to X.21 interfaceses
                         and I have tested ISPA with a Cisco Router and two
                         Philips TA's. Sure it will not double the
                         performance this way, but around 13kBytes/s you
                         can get."
                         
                                              Herbert Hanewinkel, July 1994
                                                                           
5.5 Free PPP for AmigaOS

  5.5.1 AMIGANOS (KA9Q NOS PORT TO AMIGA)
  
  Mailing-list-maintainer
                          amiga-slip-request@ccs.carleton.ca
                         
   FAQ posting             comp.sys.amiga.datacomm, every 21 days
                         
   Author                 JOHN_H@fs2.mcc.ac.uk (John Heaton)
                         
   Public ftp archive     ftp.demon.co.uk: /pub/amiga/setup/setupv4.lha
                         419364 bytes (Setup for newcomers;
                         
                         Note that this contains some information which is
                         quite
                         
                         specific for the demon.co.uk site only)
                         /pub/amiga/anos/anos29k.lha 196742 bytes (if you
                         already have an
                         earlier version of setup and just need AmigaNOS
                         2.9k. Also on
                         wuarchive.wus
                         ftp://tl.edu/mirrors3/ka9q/amiga/
                         
   Help File
                         ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/
                         tems/amiga/incoming/text/AmigaNOS-help-V2.lha or
                         ftp://ftp.demon.co.uk/pub/amiga/setup/
                         2.lha
                         
   Comments                AmigaNOS2.9k.lha contains PPP as well as SLIP.
                         Seems to be a
                             rfc1171 like implementation, enhanced with a
                         few rfc1331/2
                             features (like most other implementations I
                         know of)
                         
  5.5.2 PPP.DEVICE FOR SANA2 COMPATIBLE NETWORK PACKAGES
  (AS225, AMITCP, ENVOY)
  
    5.5.2.1 Kruse-PPP 1.23 evaluation version.
    
  Author                  Holger Kruse <kruse@cs.ucf.edu>
                         
   Public FTP archive     on Aminet:comm/net; ftp to e.g.
                         wuarchive.wustl.edu, cd to /pub/aminet  and read
                         the  instruction about the nearest mirror to you.
                         
   Status                 Demo-Version, with all configuration options
                         fixed to their defaults (with the exception of the
                         IP adresses, of course). For the full version see
                         7.1.1
                         
  Supports IPCP, is reported to work with AmiTCP-3.0, AmiTCP-4.x and
                         AS225R2, claimed to work with AmiTCP-2.3.
                         
   More Information       available at
                         http://www.america.com/~kruse/amiga/PPP.html
                         
5.6 Free PPP for NeXT

  5.6.1 OLD NEXT-PPP
  
  Public ftp archive      merit.edu:pub/ppp/next-ppp0.3.tar.Z
                         
   Author                 miron@cs.sfu.ca (Miron S. Cuperman)
                         
   Comment                The author claimed: I heard that it doesn't work
                         with 3.0.
                            I haven't looked at it myself.
                            It's just a straight port of ppp-1.1.  It works
                         with NeXTStep
                            2.1.  It is based on the BSD part of ppp-1.1,
                         but with header
                            compression integrated.            I'm not
                         currently supporting (or even using) it.
                         But dstrout@sun.REST.TASC.COM (Dave Strout via
                         MacPPP and            Eudora) claims that:
                         
                         "I have gotten the next-ppp0.2 to work just
                             fine under NeXTStep 3.0.  I have only tried
                         MacPPP running            against it, but telnet,
                         eudora, and GopherApp all work fine.
                         FTP does not work at 2400bps, but does at 9600.
                            dave."
                         <philipp@res.enst.fr> told me that:
                         You state ppp-0.2 as being the latest version for
                         NeXTSTEP.
                         It isn't.  ppp-0.3 is.  However, ppp-0.3 and 0.2
                         don't run on
                         NeXTSTEP 3.1 or 3.2 (I believe), and both have
                         byte-ordering and
                         byte-alignment problems for White (intel)
                         hardware.
                         
  5.6.2 PPP-2.1.2 NEXT PORT A
  
   Philip Prindeville has released for Beta testing a port of ppp-2.1.2
   suitable for use on NextStep 3.2 on Black (Motorola), White (Intel), and
   Gray (HP) hardware.  It has also been tested with the Mux 1.4 driver (up
   to 38400b/s with no lose!).
   
   Initial reports are that it is fairly solid.
   
   N.B.: this is *not* the same implementation as Steve Perkins but rather
   an update of Miron Cuperman's ppp-0.3.
   
   It supports all features of 2.1.2 except:
   
       receiver AsyncMaps
      
       MRU negotiation
      
       receiver (asymmetric) A/C compression negotiation
      
       Proxy ARP (server mode)
      
   The code may be freely used by individuals but the copyright forbids
   (without prior agreement) commercial use of this software.  Simply
   stated, Joe Blow can use this software at home, but commercial PPP
   providers can not use this software for their exploitation without
   written agreement from the authors.
   
   It is available from  ftp://ftp.enst.fr/incoming/philipp/ as
   ppp-2.1.2-beta.tar.gz and
   ftp://ftp.cs.orst.edu/software/NeXT/sources/comm/
   (see  ppp-2.1.2-beta.README.
   
   There are reports that it is difficult to get it to compile on 3.2, and
   after you succeed, it doesn't work, as some system calls are missing.
   The reports about it being difficult to compile aren't true.  These
   people simply haven't read the readme's.  It states quite clearly that
   under Black (Motorola) 3.2, you need to compile with -DIOLog=printf
   since the DriverKit wasn't ported to Black hardware.
   
   Note:  PPP-2.1.2 has been obsoleted by PPP-2.2.
   
                           Philippe-Andre Prindeville <philipp@res.enst.fr>
                                                                           
  5.6.2 PPP-2.2 NEXT PORT
  
   There is a port of PPP-2.2 for NeXTSTEP.  Version 2.2 implements BSD
   packet compression, VJ header compression, server ability, priority
   queueing of interactive packets, and much more.  It contains _many_ bug
   fixes and enhancements over 2.1.2.  This effort is a merge of the code
   bases of Philippe-Andre Prindeville/Pete French and Stephen Perkins.
   
   PPP-2.2 is in beta release.  The NeXT sources for PPP-2.2 are not
   currently bundled with the PPP-2.2 Beta distribution.  However, they may
   be retrieved from several sites.  Both sources and an MAB binary only
   installer package are available.
   
   Since the code base is still evolving, we have set up a WWW site that
   always has current information on the package.  For more information,
   please check out  http://www.thoughtport.com:8080/PPP/.
   
   If you don't currently have access to a viewer, you may grab a README
   through the anonymous FTP service at
   ftp://ftp.thoughtport.com/pub/next/ppp/.  This file will have
   information on the latest versions.
   
   This package has been tested on Motorola, Intel, Sparc, and HP systems
   running OS 3.2 and 3.3. It will not work on OS versions earlier than
   3.2.  The package works with the standard NeXT supplied serial drivers
   as well as the MuXV1.7 driver and the latest NeXT serial drivers (see
   NeXTAnswers for details).  It also works alongside NXFax.
   
   Note:  There are some problems running the latest version on Sparc and
   HP architectures that have the actual 3.3 release.  It does work on
   systems having OS 3.3 Pre-release.
   
                                   Stephen J. Perkins <perkins@cps.msu.edu>
                                                                           
5.7 free PPP for Macintosh

   -MacPPP 2.0.1 from Merit Network, Inc. and the University of Michigan
   
  Author                  ljb@merit.edu (Larry Blunk)
                         
   Public ftp archive
                         ftp.merit.edu:internet.tools/ppp/mac/...
                         
   Status
                         macppp2.0.1.hqx seems to be the newest binary
                         release.
                         There are also
                         sources. From the
                         'Installing MacPPP' document:  "...MacPPP 1.1 [as
                         well as 2.0.1] is a Line Access
                         Protocol (LAP mdev) driver for MacTCP.  This
                         version does not
                         support AppleTalk over PPP.
                         
                         MacPPP requires MacTCP 1.1 or higher, Macintosh
                         System 6.0.5
                         or higher, and a Hayes-compatible modem for
                         dial-in
                         connections. You can also use MacPPP over
                         hardwired asynchrounous
                         connections, ..." Please update your Mac PPP info,
                         as it is seriously outdated. The  current version
                         of Macppp is 2.2.0a and there is now Freeppp 1.0.2
                         which  is an outgrowth of Macppp 2.1.2sd. Macppp
                         2.1.2sd and Freeppp 1.0.2 and  Macppp 2.1.4 (Apple
                         Internet Connection Kit) and Freeppp 2.5 are
                         supposedly the only ones that have a chance of
                         working with Open  Transport and System 7.5.2
                         
                                                        rsdemo@name1.ak.net
                                                                           
  Comment                 There's an entry in the
                         configuration section  above. There are
                         PostScript  and  text
                         installation documents at the ftp site. Although
                         these
                         date back to the 1.1.x releases, they're still
                         useful for
                         installing MacPPP 2.0.1.
                         
   For a workaround for a MacPPP
                         2.0.1 on non-US System 6, look into the
                         configuration section, too
                         
   newer info, not yet verified by me:
                           Please update your Mac PPP info, as it is
                         seriously outdated. The  current version of Macppp
                         is 2.2.0a and there is now Freeppp 1.0.2 which  is
                         an outgrowth of Macppp 2.1.2sd. Macppp 2.1.2sd and
                         Freeppp 1.0.2 and  Macppp 2.1.4 (Apple Internet
                         Connection Kit) and Freeppp 2.5 are  supposedly
                         the only ones that have a chance of working with
                         Open  Transport and System 7.5.2
                         
                                                        rsdemo@name1.ak.net
                                                                           
5.8 free PPP for Ultrix

   ppp-2.1, see above.
   
5.9 free PPP for Linux

   PPP for Linux is distributed as part of  Paul Mackerras' ppp package as
   of version 2.1.1. It may be obtained from any of the locations which
   cary this software, including ftp://dcssoft.anu.edu.au/pub/ppp/. In addition,
   the package is posted to the Linux archive sites of sunsite.unc.edu
   (U.S.A.) in the directory /pub/Linux/Network and ftp.funet.fi (European)
   in the Linux networking directory. The packages on these two sites
   contain binaries for the software as well as the source.
   pppd-2.1.1.tar.gz    kernel files + pppd source and binary
   
  Authors                 Michael Callahan <callahan@maths.ox.ac.uk>
                         
                         Al Longyear <longyear@netcom.com>
                         
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   self-description       Version 1.0.0 is meant for use with kernels 1.0.0
                         and later.
                         
   
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