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SubjectRe: [2.4 PATCH] bugfix: ARP respond on all devices
On 27/07/2003 at 21:37 David Lang wrote:

>P.S. there are standards that are written documents and there are
>standards that are 'how everyone does it' for the most part Linux
follows
>both types of standards, in this case the network team has decided to
>ignore the 'how everyone else does it' standards becouse there is
nothing
>in a written standard that they are violating

No problem behaving different. The questions are...
What is the advantage of doing it in this case?
Why not implementing an easy way to do linux behave like the other OS
and systems?

Regards,
Carlos Velasco


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