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SubjectSubject: Re: 2.0 vs 1.2 and INN config.
Sorry about messed up formatting in earlier message this should look better

>
> Linuxers and Alan,
> There has recently been some <?> discussion on the net and admin
> lists regarding a cry for help with INN and Linux 2.0 with RedHat3.0.3
> Alan commented that this is a simple task with only "trivial" changes to
> config.data for Linux 2.0 However nobody has stated what correct settings
> are?? For what it's worth ... here is a comparison of the changes
> between a config.data used with a 1.3.32 kernel vs the InnFAQ along with
> notes from a RedHat contributed unoff4 .rpm along with a debian
> config.data of which the debian is most interesting.
>
> ALSO: there is a Linux patch with the sources where #include <sys/time.h>
> in added to clibrary.h in the include directory of INN. This made the
> difference between nnrpd <in.nnrpd> running or not! <DO THE INCLUDE!>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Highlights to the config.data from the distribution config.data for Linux
>
> SETTING "INNFAQ for1.3.57+" "debian" "RedHat's" "older linux 1.2.x"
>
> USE_CHAR_CONS DO DUNNO DO DUNNO

> <these next lines are under the C Library differences>
>
> VAR_STYLE STDARGS STDARGS VARARGS STDARGS
> SIZE_T size_t int int size_t
> SIGVAR sig_atomic_t int int sig_atomic_t
> FORK fork fork fork vfork <!??>
> HAVE_VFORK DONT DONT DONT DO <!??>
> BIND_USE_SIZEOF DONT DO <!??> DO DONT
> CLX_STYLE FCNTL FCNTL FCNTL IOCTL <!??>
> NBIO_STYLE IOCTL FCNTL FCNTL FCNTL <!??>
> EXITVAL void volatile_void <!??> void void
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> These are the highlights of the differences in config.data(s)
> To see all the suggested changes to the distribution's config.data
> please retreive the current INNFAQ #9 which claims to list the changes
> for Linux kernels 1.3.57+ there are many other settings but the above
> are the ones that seem to have some disagreement <?>
>



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