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SubjectRe: 2.0.3 and gated R3.5-beta3
Stephen,
Thanks, that was it. I got stupid and turned it off in this kernel.
Starting gated with the "t" option got me the info I needed. strace
would have gotten me there also.

Sorry to bother everyone, thanks again.

On Tue, 9 Jul 1996, Stephen Davies
wrote:

> Date: Tue, 9 Jul 96 22:42:01 +0930
> From: Stephen Davies <scldad@sdc.com.au>
> To: "Hibbard T. Smith Jr." <smitty@essnjay.com>
> Cc: linux-kernel@vger.rutgers.edu
> Subject: Re: 2.0.3 and gated R3.5-beta3
>
> G'day Smitty.
>
> The usual cause for this error message is that you did not configure your
> kernel for multicast support.
>
> No ideas on your gdb problem though.
>
> Cheers,
> Stephen.
>
> PS. Stay tuned for exciting updates re the availability and buildability
> of gated 3.6A2 for Linux.
>
>
> >I've been running gated R3.5-Beta3 for some time now (From 1.3.95 thru
> >2.0.0). Saturday, I built and booted 2.0.3. Gated will no longer come up.
> >It aborts right away with a "no such file or directory". Of course
> >there's no mention of what file | socket | directory he's looking for. I
> >rebuilt using the
> >headers from 2.0.3, same thing. Then I tried to debug it using gdb-4.14.
> >It won't stop on a breakpoint. This used to work also.
> >
> >What changed between 2.0.0 and 2.0.3 that could have caused gated's
> >problem? I'll have to stay on 2.0.0 cause I really need gated. Also, I'd
> >appreciate any tips on the gdb breakpoint thing. That worked as recently
> >as pre2.06 also.
>
>
> ========================================================================
> Stephen Davies Consulting P/L scldad@sdc.com.au
> Adelaide, South Australia. Voice: 61-8-2728863
> Computing & Network solutions. Fax : 61-8-2741015
>

Smitty
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Hibbard T. Smith JR smitty@ESSNJAY.COM



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