Package Details: mkinitcpio-ppp 0.0.4-3

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Package Base: mkinitcpio-ppp
Description: PPP hook for dialing to a ppp connection inside the initrd. In combination with dropbear_initrd_encrypt, it allows remote unlocking over the internet
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Keywords: boot mkinitcpio ppp pppoe
Licenses: BSD
Submitter: grazzolini
Maintainer: grazzolini
Last Packager: grazzolini
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2015-01-13 04:43 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2016-10-21 11:24 (UTC)

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Evils commented on 2016-04-05 16:30 (UTC)

@grazzolini Well, special people have special needs ;) I have some configuration up and running, but it doesn't seem to be working as expected. I'll do some more investigation and publish back whatever I find onto the dm-crypt/specialities article

grazzolini commented on 2016-04-05 16:25 (UTC)

@Elvis Well, I can't provide much further documentation than what already is available on the ppp documentation. I simply copy the binary, needed drivers (for pppoe) and the configuration files (with user/secrets) and call it from the initramfs. I use this hook on a daily basis for a system where I need to dial pppoe in order for remote unlock it. But as far as the configuration goes, it is the same one you'd use on the booted system. The main difference is on the interface naming, because on the early userspace, systemd hasn't yet changed the name of the interfaces. Do you really need this hook? I developed this hook mainly for my own purposes adapted from another hook I had developed for ubuntu. I confess that in more than a year this hook has been published, you're the first person to ask me questions about it (in fact, pretty much about all my hooks, heheh) Cheers

Evils commented on 2016-04-04 21:00 (UTC)

I couldn't find much/any info on how to properly configure a ppp entry in the peers directory. If someone could extend the wiki for that or drop some info here, that would be highly appreciated!