[Bridge] ANNOUNCE: gbrctl-pre-0.0

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Mon, 7 Feb 2000 15:21:46 +0100 (CET)Hi All,gbrctl-pre-0.0, a gnome frontend for brctl is available. You can downloadit at http://home.planet.nl/~kristian/gbrctl.html. It’s still in heavydevelopment, and this is the first release of my work. Don’t expect abugless version. You need to have libbridge.a installed in /usr/liband libbridge.h in /usr/include. If you installed bridge-utils fromRPM, make sure you also installed the bridge-utils-devel package.I hope to have a newer version out end this week. Mail all bug reports,suggestions or comments to kristian@planet.nl. Kristian Rietveld

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