PRs for manpage 'ppp(8)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'ppp(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:38:50 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'ppp(8)':
|o||2010/09/02||bin/150224||net||ppp(8) does not reassign static IP after kill -KILL command|
|p||2009/01/04||bin/130159||brian||[patch] ppp(8) fails to correctly set routes|
|o||2008/04/07||bin/122519||[patch] ppp(8): ppp provides deficient DNS info|
|o||2008/03/04||bin/121359||maxim||[patch] [security] ppp(8): fix local stack overflow in ppp|
|o||2008/02/23||bin/120994||[patch] alignment violation in chap module of ppp(8) causes bus error on ARM|
|s||2007/06/27||bin/114081||gnn||[patch] [ppp] ppp(8) should be able to set ethernet address for PPPoE|
|o||2007/05/28||bin/113074||[patch] ppp(8): include <strings.h> for strcasecmp(3)|
|o||2007/05/09||bin/112557||net||[patch] ppp(8) lock file should not use symlink name|
|o||2006/09/28||bin/103762||ppp(8): some tun interfaces with a mtu of 1500 while i should never exceed 1472 with ppp|
|o||2004/04/30||bin/66103||ppp(8) macro HISADDR is not sticky in filters|
|o||2003/05/28||bin/52743||ppp(8) /etc/ppp/ppp.linkup instability issues|
|o||2003/05/20||bin/52469||ppp(8) Multiple devices using UDP don't work.|
|o||2003/02/15||bin/48309||ppp(8) pppoe connections fail to establish if throughput disabled|
|s||2002/10/15||bin/44122||ppp(8) tun0 gets a second ip adress after a disconnect|
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