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Re: Ingress-Policy Problem (cont.)
Actually, this is getting interesting. We might be onto some interesting
For some reason i thought it was egcs (replacement to gcc) that was
Juliano, could you also post your h/ware config, Arni as well.
There were some funny clocking issues that Alexey has put a fix in 2.2.12
(i think). If both Arni and Carlos could repeat a test similar to the one
Juliano has, then we can positively conclude it is infact the problem.
An alternative: you could patch 2.2.12 with ds-6 -- it should patch
cleanly. repeat your tests and see if the problem is still there.
On Mon, 20 Sep 1999, Carlos Macian wrote:
> Hi Jamal,
> > Could you post the output of gcc -v
> > as well as what your hardware description (machine, ethernet cards etc)
> > and describe the distribution eg (redhat 6.0 with an updated blah blah).
> The result of doing gcc -v is:
> Reading specs from /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/220.127.116.11/specs
> gcc version 18.104.22.168
> My hardware:
> Mainboard ASUS P2B
> Intel-BX chips
> Digital DS21140 Tulip Ethernet Cards (2 of them)
> Pentium II - 350 MHz.
> My configuration:
> RedHat Linux Release 5.1
> Kernel version 2.2.10, patched with iproute2-ss990630, ds-6,
> ipchains-1.3.9 and atm-0.59.
> I tried to "make mrproper" and configure again, with no (positive)
> I appreciate your help.
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