you need to 'insmod cipcb.o' to get the kernel support for it! From the
cipe directory tree, do insmod `find | grep cipcb.o`
then do 'lsmod' to make sure that it actually inserted into the
kernel. Note that the kernel you are running and the source tree in
/usr/src/linux must be the same!
On Wed, 1 Aug 2001, Phil Barbier wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just setup two machines with CIPE and got them both
> running the ciped-cb program, connected to each other
> OK (I checked by tailling the logs)
> I can't see the ciped executable though, the source is
> there, but doesn't seem to have been built with the kernel
> How do I use CIPE, do I use the ciped program, that I don't
> have, or is there another way to fire data down the tunnel?
> I'm a complete newbie to this CIPE stuff, so bare with me...
> Thank you in advance for any help,
> Phil Barbier
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