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SubjectRe: syslog TIOCSETD EINVAL in pre2.0.9
On May 29,  8:09pm, Chris Metcalf wrote:
} Subject: syslog TIOCSETD EINVAL in pre2.0.9

Hi Chris, it was interesting to see your note.

> I just built pre2.0.9 and tried to run dip-3.3.7n to start pppd 2.2.0e.
> syslog-1.2 reports "syslog: ioctl(TIOCSETD): Invalid argument" and
> the connection is not established (no routes, etc.). I backed out to
> pre2.0.8 and things started working again.

Get version 1.3 of sysklogd off of any of the archive sites. Then
give me a holler and I will send you the current beta patches for
this. There are a ton of improvements which have been added since
1.2. I would advocate running 1.2 on top of any modern kernels.

A rather nice embellishment of our current patch set is that klogd can
handle resolving addresses from kernel faults which occur in loadable

Let me know if you need the patches. Have a pleasant weekend.

> Chris Metcalf -- MIT Lab for Computer Science, +1 617 253 7766


}-- End of excerpt from Chris Metcalf

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