On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Cacophonix wrote:
> I can confirm that these compile fine for me (after adding a #include
> <time.h> to
> main.c), debian woody + 2.4.3 (in the recent past I've also tried this on
> on redhat 6.2 + 2.3.x)
Thanks for the info. So thats three people.
Note my main contention seems to be linux/in.h since mrouted makes
reference to netinet/in.h
I just cant seem to get the compile any other way.
Acme, can you try the URL i posted?
> I can also confirm that this version did connect to the Mbone, and learn all
> DVMRP routes being presented to my gateway (although there were unrelated
> in our MBone ISP that reduced the number of routes being advertised to our
> gateway by half).
DVMRP tunnels seem to work fine over here.
> Also, I remember running into the Cisco interoperability issues on mrouted
> prior to 3.9 beta-3 (which is the reason for beta 3).
Would that be the hacks in:
> --- jamal <hadi@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > davem> So how does mroute.h get SIOCPROTOPRIVATE if it does not include
> > davem> sockios.h?
> > mrouted doesnt seem to care. But you are right, that was my own overlook;
> > infact sockios.h doesnt cause any conflicts.
> > OTOH, this could be a user-space problem. I have received a couple of
> > emails from people who say that they have managed to get mrouted compiled
> > just fine without the kernel patch using:
> > ftp://parcftp.xerox.com/pub/net-research/ipmulti/beta-test/mrouted-3.9-beta3.tar.gz
> > and the debian patch at:
> > Although i tried the debian patch it didnt help me. Could someone else
> > try this out?
> > I use Conectiva (6.0) these days ....
> > cheers,
> > jamal
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