Bug#1777: Source not compiling properly?
Karl Ferguson writes:
>After installing the source package, makeconfigging it to my on needs and
>compiling it, an error pops up while trying drivers/net/ppp.c:
>ppp.c: In function `ppp_first_time':
>ppp.c:442: warning: assignment from incompatable pointer type
>ppp.c:446: warning: assignment from incompatable pointer tpye
>Now, it wont quit at the point - it goes on to finish. But when booting the
>kernel I get this error:
>unregister_netdev: device 'ppp0' unlinked
>unregister_netdev: device 'ppp1' unlinked
>unregister_netdev: device 'ppp2' unlinked
>unregister_netdev: device 'ppp3' unlinked
This one comes up in linux-ppp eveey week, they're not errors. pppd-2.2
allocates interfaces dynamically.
~$ cat /proc/net/dev
Inter-| Receive | Transmit
face |packets errs drop fifo frame|packets errs drop fifo colls carrier
lo: 0 0 0 0 0 14050 0 0 0 0 0
eth0:1265052 0 0 0 0 1216121 0 0 0 12 0
dummy0: No statistics available.
You won't see this message if it doesn't work :)
BTW: should i close the bug report or wait for pppd's maintainer to do it?
-- Siggy (the middle S.)