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G'day.

I would suggest that you get the 3.5BETA3 source from gated@gated.merit.edu
and then undefine SCM_RIGHTS in include.h immediately after the
#include <socket.h>.

This is a short-term, "brute-force" solution but it does give you a working
gated until we work out something better for the gated 3.6 source.

Cheers,
Stephen.
>
>Hello All,
>
> I have upgraded my system libraries and such to run the 95'+
> kernels. I am trying to re-compile gated to get rid of the flock
> messages. I've had a few problems and have a question.
>
> I'm using gated-r3_5alpha_11.tar.gz with linux-1.3-gated.diffs
> applied.
>
> and...
>
> binutils-2.6.0.12.bin.tar.gz
> libg++-2.7.1.4.bin.tar.gz
> gcc-2.7.2.bin.tar.gz
> ld.so-1.7.14.tar.gz
> modules-1.3.57.tar.gz
> libc-5.3.12.bin.tar.gz
> termcap-2.0.8.tar.gz
> linux-1.3.95.tar.gz
>
>
>
> The question first...
>
> I put the flag for variable lengtn subnet masks in the Config
> file. Can we do variable length subnet masks?
>
>
> Now the problems...
>
> I had errors in if.c (sizeof applied to incomplete type 'struct ip')
>
> I commented out the '#ifdef __BSD_SOURCE' in <netinet/ip.h> and
> the file compiled. I'm sure this is the wrong way to fix this (what is
> the proper way to fix it?).
>
> The file task.c is looking for 'struct cmsghdr'. I have looked
> through all the header files in the /usr/include tree and the gated
> source and haven't found anything close. If it's there, where can I
> find it?
>
>
>
>Thanks,
>
>James Hughes
>Engineering Technology Div.
>Greenville Technical College
>
>PS: BTW the new compiler/libs & '95 combination is much better on my system!
>
>

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Adelaide, South Australia. Voice: 61-8-2728863
Computing & Network solutions. Fax : 61-8-2741015



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