Re: Linux/xNOS users - need info
- To: TCP-Group@ucsd.edu
- Subject: Re: Linux/xNOS users - need info
- From: Rob Mayfield <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 13 Mar 1995 10:25:40 +1030 (CST)
- In-reply-to: <199503111230.EAA05720@mail.ucsd.edu> from "Advanced Amateur Radio
> In your message of Fri, 10 Mar 1995 11:37:01 CST, you write:
> | Is there anyone doing Linux/xNOS with the Slackware 2.1 (1.1.59)
> | release? I suspect a bug in routing from the Ethernet to internal
> | SLIP links. If you are running successfully, please contact me.
> I'm trying to remember which versions had problems... the "new tty drivers"
> introduced in 1.1.14 broke things for a long time, then other problems
> surfaced in later versions. I think 1.1.61 and later were "clean", however.
> (It's been a while...)
> You may want to stick to 1.0.9 unless you need the newer kernels (say, for
> device support); in that case, I suggest 1.1.75 or 1.1.89 if you're after
> stability or 1.2.0 if you're feeling daring. :-) (I'd suggest waiting
> otherwise; there is at least one bug report/fix against 1.2.0 already, in the
> IP firewalling code.)
1.2.0 seems to work fine :-) just a small problem getting AX25028 into it
without errors, but it doesnt die. I have it running here with TNos, ax25
in the kernel, and tnos talking to the linux system over ax25 across a pty :-)
Anyone know how to fix the call to ax25_set_timer without being initialised ?
73 .. Rob (on the bleeding edge)
rob mayfield asc p/l box 73 oaklands park firstname.lastname@example.org