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Re: Kernel 2.0.30 a bad choice for 1.3

>>>>>>>> On 21 May 1997, John Goerzen wrote:

 Goerzen> Since we know of a number of things that have been broken in
 Goerzen> 2.0.30 (such as IP masquerading being totally hosed), why
 Goerzen> are we distributing that version with 1.3? It seems like a
 Goerzen> rather bad idea because it could very well break the setups
 Goerzen> of a number of people.
 Goerzen> -- John Goerzen | Running Debian GNU/Linux (www.debian.org)
 Goerzen> Custom Programming | jgoerzen@complete.org |
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I agree, I also heard that Ip Masquerading is not the only thing
that seems to be broken.

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