[I am Cc'ing Bill Hawes just in case he is interested]
At 05:26 PM 12/16/97 +1100, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
>Thanks for your reply Eloy.
No problem. I like to know and keep up with any problems with the packages
>Who is changing the kernel driver and not keeping the userland utilities
>up to date? Unfortunately this happens all too often with Linux.
I think it is Bill Hawes. I know he has been dealing with the userland
utilities but development is so fast that is hard to keep them up to date.
>Eloy, was your libc6 upgrade also a new upstream release?
Yup, I upgraded from smbfs-2.0.1 to smbfs-2.0.2, the latest smbfs package
from Volcker Lendecke. However, 2.0.2 will only work with kernels 2.0.x. I
don't know who and when will upgrade the upstream smbfs package to work
with 2.1.x kernels.
I've heard that patches exist for both smbmount and smbclient (from the
Samba package). I really don't know why the patches are needed for smbclient.
Eloy A. Paris
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Rockwell Automation de Venezuela
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