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    SubjectRe: Linux TCP Fixing everyones problems?
    Hi,

    On Wed, 14 Apr 1999 19:47:18 -0700 (PDT), David Ford
    <david+nospam@killerlabs.com> said:

    > --Network compatibility fixes section--------
    > < > Disable Broken TCP fix for Xyz OS
    > < > Disable Broken TCP fix for Abc OS
    > < > Disable Broken IP fix for Blah

    Given the amount of trouble we have coping with problematic tcp
    interactions right now, I can't begin to imagine how much worse things
    would be if we had a dozen different configurable tcp behaviours in
    the stack. From a kernel maintenance point of view, this is just
    several disasters heaped on top of each other waiting to happen.

    --Stephen

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