[Bridge] 20000204 snapshot out

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Fri, 4 Feb 2000 23:30:11 +0100 (MET)Hi all,I’ve made a quickie snapshot which fixes the problem where the compilationwould abort if the bridging functionality wasn’t selected at all (trivial fix).I intend to hash out the firewalling stuff over the weekend. I’ll post tothe list when I get things working.Greetings,Lennert

The Bridge 2000-August Archive by Subject

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[Bridge] Problems installing the bridge-utils

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Wed, 16 Aug 2000 11:58:05 +0200 (CEST)On Wed, 16 Aug 2000, Karl Bradley wrote:> Hope someone can help me.>> I’m using a RedHat 6.0 machine, with the kernel upgraded to 2.2.16 and> patched with the bridge and ip_chains patches.>> However, when I come to installing the bridge utils (running the make> command) I get the following error messages,>> make -C libbridge> make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/bridge/libbridge’> gcc -Wall -c -g -o libbridge_devif.o libbridge_devif.c> In file included from libbridge_devif.c:27:> libbridge.h:25: linux/if_bridge.h: No such file or directory> make[1]: *** [libbridge_devif.o] Error 1> make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/bridge/libbridge’> make: *** [libbridge/libbridge.a] Error 2>> I didn’t see any error messages when patching and compiling the kernel.>> Anyone have any ideas?Check if /usr/include/linux points to the right directory. On my RedHatbox it points to ../src/linux/include/linux. If this one is right, checkif the link /usr/src/linux points to the correct kernel directory (the onewhere you compiled the kernel with bridging support). Kris>> —> Karl Bradley> Network Manager> Winchester College> Tel: 01962 621115> Fax: 01962 621116>>>> _______________________________________________> Bridge mailing list – Bridge@openrock.net>http://openrock.net/mailman/listinfo/bridge>– “Running Windows on a Pentium is like having a brand new Porsche but onlybe able to drive backwards with the handbrake on.” (Unknown source – taken from fortune-mod-1.0-11)