2 exact matches found.

Arch Repo Name Version Description Last Updated Flag Date
x86_64 Core ppp 2.4.7-2 A daemon which implements the Point-to-Point Protocol for dial-up networking 2015-08-11
i686 Core ppp 2.4.7-2 A daemon which implements the Point-to-Point Protocol for dial-up networking 2015-08-11

16 matching packages found.

Arch Repo Name Version Description Last Updated Flag Date
i686 Community gnome-ppp 0.3.23-10 A GNOME 2 WvDial frontend 2016-04-27
x86_64 Community gnome-ppp 0.3.23-10 A GNOME 2 WvDial frontend 2016-04-27
any Community goagent 3.2.3.20150617-1 A gae proxy forked from gappproxy/wallproxy 2015-07-14
x86_64 Extra kdenetwork-kppp 16.04.0-2 Internet Dial-Up Tool 2016-04-28
i686 Extra kdenetwork-kppp 16.04.0-2 Internet Dial-Up Tool 2016-04-28
any Community perl-devel-patchperl 1.40-1 Patch perl source a la Devel::PPPort's buildperl.pl 2016-03-12
x86_64 Core ppp 2.4.7-2 A daemon which implements the Point-to-Point Protocol for dial-up networking 2015-08-11
i686 Core ppp 2.4.7-2 A daemon which implements the Point-to-Point Protocol for dial-up networking 2015-08-11
i686 Community pppd-ldap 0.12b-5 A plugin for PPPD which performs an LDAP-enabled version of pppd 2014-09-03
x86_64 Community pppd-ldap 0.12b-5 A plugin for PPPD which performs an LDAP-enabled version of pppd 2014-09-03
i686 Community pppd-ldap-simple 0.12b-8 pppd ldap simple plugin (based on pppd ldap, without radius, etc. Just search by uid and userPassword) 2014-09-03
x86_64 Community pppd-ldap-simple 0.12b-8 pppd ldap simple plugin (based on pppd ldap, without radius, etc. Just search by uid and userPassword) 2014-09-03
any Community pppusage 0.2.5-6 Utility to monitor pppd connections 2014-06-16
i686 Extra rp-pppoe 3.12-1 Roaring Penguin's Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet client 2016-01-12
x86_64 Extra rp-pppoe 3.12-1 Roaring Penguin's Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet client 2016-01-12
any Community xmpppy 0.5.0_rc1-4 A Python library to provide easy scripting with Jabber 2015-05-08

16 matching packages found.

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