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Re: Andrew Howell: Re: Is xntpd OK?

I did not say this.  If you look at the message I posted, it was a
forward of something that someone else sent to me.  He asked me to
forward the message to debian-user because he had forgotten to cc it
to the list.  Please be careful with your quoting.

>   Date: Sat, 21 Oct 1995 10:57:18 -0500
>   From: Rob Browning <osiris@cs.utexas.edu>
>   What kernel are you using? It seg faults straight away with the
>   newer 1.3.x kernels due to a change in the time code and due to the
>   fact that the debian libc maintainer didn't add the patches he was
>   meant to. Apparently 3.4y will not need these patches so it will
>   work with 1.3, when it's out I'll package it.  For now either use
>   1.2.x kernels, don't use xntp, or hassle the libc maintainer some
>   more (i've already posted this problem to debian-devel at least
>   once with no reply from anyone).
>At the moment, I'm the libc maintainer.  What patch was I "meant to"
>apply?  I've never heard of this.
>Before you critize me in public for not doing something, please try
>telling me in private that I haven't done it.


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