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Subject2.1.8 problems
Hello,
I've just compiled & installed 2.1.8. Everything seems to work fine,
except for 2 problems:

(1) There's a problem with serial ports or CSLIP - With 2.1.8, I can
connect to my ISP (i.e. get a carrier), but only about half the
characters are getting through. It's not a parity problem or
something, I don't see a regular pattern to the missing letters.
I believe it's a problem with the new serial.c, because I can't
connect to my FidoNet host, neither. My logfiles say

Nov 9 20:07:39 ufp ifcico[10558]: options: Call NoHold PUA WaZOO EMSI
Freqs Zmodem ZedZap Janus Hydra Tcp
Nov 9 20:07:39 ufp ifcico[10558]: calling 2:2452/307 (InterNet Connexion
2, phone 0651-917231)
Nov 9 20:07:40 ufp ifcico[10558]: chat got "OK", continue
Nov 9 20:07:47 ufp login: ROOT LOGIN ON tty4
Nov 9 20:08:08 ufp ifcico[10558]: chat got "CONNECT", continue
Nov 9 20:08:10 ufp ifcico[10558]: Intro: " 115200"
Nov 9 20:08:10 ufp ifcico[10558]: Intro: "McMail 1.0b250000042, Node:
2:2"
Nov 9 20:08:17 ufp ifcico[10558]: start outbound EMSI session
Nov 9 20:09:15 ufp login: ROOT LOGIN ON tty4
Nov 9 20:09:17 ufp ifcico[10558]: too many tries getting EMSI_DAT
Nov 9 20:09:22 ufp ifcico[10558]: call to 2:2452/307 failed (rc=11)
Nov 9 20:09:22 ufp ifcico[10558]: 0 of 1 calls, maxrc=11

Well, actually, the host is 2:2452/300, not 2:2 - It would appear to
me that I wasn't getting the data transmitted after "Node: 2:2"

But then, the FidoNet host has never been running reliably, so it
might be their fault, as well.

(2) I'm getting two new warning messages I can't really understand:

Nov 11 00:35:27 ufp kernel: Warning: kfree_skb passed an skb that nobody
set the free flag on! (from c1de7a30)
Nov 11 00:35:27 ufp kernel: Warning: kfree_skb passed an skb that nobody
set the free flag on! (from c1de7a30)

LLaP
bero



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