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    SubjectRe: Firewalling Rules (Was: Linux Kernels)
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    Matthew Kirkwood <weejock@ferret.lmh.ox.ac.uk> writes:

    > So -- Am I a fool, or should I make some hacking time this weekend? :)

    OSF/Mach has this for the in-kernel BPF :) The only stupid thing is that
    the actual rule compiler is in the kernel - ugh. I think it should be
    fairly easy to modify this module to generate insmodable modules (and not
    to run in the kernel of course). The compiler is fairly clever: it does
    global register allocation and it's more or less portable. I guess you
    could get it running in one weekend ;)

    -Andi

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