New net utilities
The new networking utilities seem to build, install, and run without
modification under Debian 0.91 . It's probably too late to get them into
0.92, but they should be in 0.93 .
[replies to me should work now.]
> From: Alan Cox <email@example.com>
> Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
> Subject: NET-032 for Linux 0.99.15 [AT LAST]
> A port of Fred van Kempens 'net-032' utilities is now on sunacm.swan.ac.uk
> This release adds a lot of nice touches to the older networking but because
> we take care to make the kernel networking upward compatible is merely
> 'recommended' not required.
> This release also supports AX.25 arp and ifconfig with AX25010 if you have
> it installed (but they are not required). The very lastest Linus Torvalds
> route.c is also included.
> Please mail bug reports to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) not Fred,
> unless you know they are definitely problems in the original too
> (in which case mail both of us).
> Finally can I abuse a few bytes of announce bandwidth to make the following
> generally known.
> 1. If you using pl15 use pl15a or higher if you use tcp/ip networking
> 2. If you have a problem gatewaying between two networks using CSLIP
> use SLIP.
> Alan Cox