I just read on Planet Debian that you might need a DHCP
client that works first.
OpenBSD has taken ISC’s DHCP client and server, split them and
then stripped down and fixed each part independently. Maybe the
stand-alone client would be an easier target to work on, until
ISC’s carries all necessary patches? It uses privilegue separa-
tion, and the script could be switched with one for Hurd.
env CVS_RSH=ssh cvs -d firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs \
co -PA src/sbin/dhclient
I’d suggest packaging this as openbsd-dhcp-client as an alternative
for all architectures. I guess I could help with that, if there is
//mirabilos • email@example.com
> Hi, does anyone sell openbsd stickers by themselves and not packaged
> with other products?
No, the only way I've seen them sold is for $40 with a free OpenBSD CD.
-- Haroon Khalid and Steve Shockley in gmane.os.openbsd.misc