Sun Nov 5 05:42:00 GMT 2000
On Sun, 5 Nov 2000, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> stefan wrote:
> > On Sat, 4 Nov 2000, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > > stefan wrote:
> > > > * the ifconf interface is still a bit buggy:
> > > > LAPTOP ~/serveez-0.0.19/src> ./serveez.exe -i
> > > > --- list of local interfaces you can start ip services on ---
> > > > lo0: 127.0.0.1
> > > > ppp0: 192.168.2.7
> > > > eth0: 0.0.0.0
> > > > The latter two ip addresses or interfaces must be swapped.
> > >
> > > I'm surprised. I checked that on two different 9X systems.
> > > Could you try to figure out why this happens on your system?
> > What do i need to do then ? Do i have to check the sources or would a
> This would be very nice. The related code is in net.cc, function
> > registry tree be enough to catch the bug ?
> You have the registry in front of you. You have the sources. You can
> step through the code with gdb. You should find the problem much easier
> than me.
Well, i watched for a while. Seems like your code is entirely exact what
is needed for determining the list of local interfaces. I guess my windoze
installation is rather wrong than the above function... it crashes when i
want to "dial up". My try was to exchange the enumarations in
"HKLM...\\Class\\Net" and i got the result i wanted. After this the
Network Setup swapped the devices *sigh*, but using a RegMon i really
could not detect it accessing the registry keys i changed. Thus i do not
know what's actually wrong. My guess: my windoze installation is busted.
> > code i wrote but modified free code. I can "sign over" the "copyleft" to
> > FSF. Is that what you want ? If so, I'd like to do so and send you what i
> > "coded".
> Nope, sorry. If it's glibc code we can't use it. The glibc is under
> LGPL which collides with the Cygwin Library License which is GPL plus
> an additive (Chris has explained that).
Hm. Until now i was not aware that you are reinventing the wheel. Great
job done so far...
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