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Re: The IPsec kernel problem

also sprach Andreas Schuldei <andreas@schuldei.org> [2003.10.06.2211 +0200]:
> > From glancing over the patch, it *also* replaces parts of the
> > non IPsec i.e. standard IP stack. Maybe it provides the same
> > functionality to the end user. It does *not* provide the same
> > functionality to the developer.
> kernel developers dont use the debian source package as a base for
> their work. 

Yes, and that's the problem. So I can't profit of their work,
because I can't have the same base.

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