Re: SUCCESS (was: "Re: ncr support?")
> Do i have to settrans pflocal and pfinet every time i boot? What's the
> prefered place to do this?
No, if you set passive translators (settrans, not settrans -a), they stay
set on the disk.
> Every time i leave the hurd (single or multiuser-boot), the fs needs a
> fsck, and strange errors appear for /hurd/servers/socket/inet (which
> is a link into nirvana right now).
What do you mean by "leave the hurd"? Are you running a non-hurd fsck?
Which filesystem are you using? If ext2fs, the linux e2fsck should work
fine too. If ufs, you cannot use a BSD fsck, only the Hurd fsck.ufs.