Re: cipe 1.6 and debian|
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Adam D. Barratt <cipe-l,AT,adam-barratt,DOT,org,DOT,uk> wrote:
>On Wed, 2004-09-15 at 21:12, Mike Nuss wrote:
>> I tried to use cipe 1.5.4 to no avail, because Debian has (stupidly)
>> backported some changes to the 2.4 tree and cipe won't compile on it.
>Just out of interest, which kernel version did you have issues with?
I don't know about Mike, but I tried kernel version 2.6.7 a month or
so ago and had little success, with or without Debian patches/packages.
The binaries built, but crashed the kernel, either immediately or when
the cipcb device was taken down.
I got as far as chasing the oops to somewhere in the multicast code, then
gave up. 2.6.7 isn't usable to me for a number of reasons unrelated
to CIPE, and nobody in CIPE-land seems to be taking 2.6 kernel support
>We've been building modules using Debian's cipe-source package
>(http://packages.debian.org/cipe-source/) for a couple of years now and
>they work well, on both Debian-provided 2.4.18 and 2.4.26 kernels and a
>home-built kernel based on the latter.
The Debian packages are great for 2.2.17 .. 2.4.26. I've been using
them for years. Except for a couple of months around 2.4.6, they have
been built so seamlessly that I can almost forget they're not part of the
main kernel (at least, up to the point I forget to apt-get install them...).
Zygo Blaxell (Laptop) <zblaxell,AT,feedme,DOT,hungrycats,DOT,org>
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