[pptp-server] unresolved symbol(s)

Adi adi at certsite.com
Fri May 12 12:02:38 CDT 2000

I just resolved this problem a couple days ago, and I packaged the solution
into an RPM.  The missing symbol is RC4_set_key (found in rc4_skey.c that
you probably commented out).  You need that file..  I am going to make some
changes to the README and contribute them to the maintainer (Michael) soon. 
For now, I think you'll find using these RPMs the easiest.


If you just download the src.rpm and type:

rpm --rebuild ppp-2.3.10-2mschap_mppe_rh61.src.rpm

you can watch it go, but you need a linux kernel source tree installed first
(2.2.12-20 for RH6.1).


Shane Boulter wrote:
> Hello All
> I've been trying to setup PoPToP now for a while.  I started reading the
> redhat-howto on the PoPToP homepage and got it working without any problems
> without using encryption.  The next step was to implement the encryption.
> So I continued on reading the document and following the steps carefully.
> When I did a 'make modules SUBDIRS=drivers/net' I got an error about a
> missing header file.  So I tracked down the header file and put it in the
> proper directory.  After doing that the make was successful.  The problem I
> have now ran into is right at the end of the howto in the command 'depmod
> -a'.  When I run this command I get the following error:
> /lib/modules/2.2.12-20/net/ppp_mppe.o: unresolved symbol(s)
> Not to descriptive and I'm not sure where to start to be able to fix this
> problem.  Any help would be appreciated.
> Shane
> BTW: I am using RedHat v6.1.
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