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Old 6th December 2010, 05:44 AM
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Smile Fedora 14 [Saving connection failed: (0) Can't write connection type 'pppoe']

I installed the fedora 14 last day.
Problem: I setup the pppoe , enter username password and click save , it show me
"Saving connection failed: (0) Can't write connection type 'pppoe"
it's a bug

it cannot work all right!?

then i try use the command 'sudo pppoe-setup' in command line. and su -c '/sbin/ifup ppp0'

and restart the network service many times. it can work well !

share and hope could help sb.
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