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PPPoE muddle in Debian over Ubuntu

Beranger tries to get PPoE working on Debian Sarge, Debian testing/Unstable and Ubuntu 6.06
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I have to admit that network scripts in RedHat/CentOS/Fedora, and also SuSE and even Mandriva, are somehow better than the Debian way, in some particular occasions.

My case involves a SpeedTouch 360 ADSL Modem (Ethernet), and a PPPoE connection.

If the ADSL modem is ppp0 and the Ethernet card connected to it is eth0, it's obviously enough that Roaring Penguin's PPPOE module (rp-pppoe or pppoe) will take care of configuring eth0 — eth0 will be configured with DHCP.

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