meconlen at obfuscated.net
Wed Aug 6 09:25:58 PDT 2003
On your WinXP system you should be able to go
start -> run
and type cmd as the command to run. This will open a window in which
ipconfig /all | more
should tell you what your name servers are.
On the other hand FreeBSD's DHCP should pick them up for you and set
resolv.conf, but then I missed the start of the thread...
Jiger Java wrote:
>> From: Jon-Eirik Pettersen <list at jonepet.net>
>> Are you running KDE as root?
>> You can add DNS-servers manually to /etc/resolv.conf like:
>> nameserver 220.127.116.11
>> nameserver 18.104.22.168
> 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:
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