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Re: Kernel 2.6 IPV6 Busted

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Subject: Re: Kernel 2.6 IPV6 Busted
From: YOSHIFUJI Hideaki / 吉藤英明 <yoshfuji@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 02:28:28 +0900 (JST)
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In article <200502271029.02532.Info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> (at Sun, 27 Feb 2005 
10:29:02 -0600), Quantum Scientific <Info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> says:

> And I have looked at every single file in the Split directory, and there are 
> absolutely no .diff files.  .diff files are how patch files are identified in 
> *nix, of course.  I thought, maybe I should copy the kernel files into my 
> kernel tree by hand, for building.  But this doesn't make sense because the 
> only file under usagi-split/kernel/usagi/net/ipv6 is utils.c .  This is not 
> an IPV6 stack, nor ip6tables.  I see lots of apps, which likely have the 
> USAGI improvements, but no kernel stack, patch, ipv6filters, etc.  And no 
> mention of patching a non-USAGI kernel.  Split 20050214 appears to be 
> utilities only.

Don't you find diff files?! e.g:
  
ftp://ftp.linux-ipv6.org/pub/usagi/snap/split/usagi-linux26-s20050214-2.6.11-rc3.diff.bz2
is patch against linux-2.6.11-rc3.

--yoshfuji

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