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SubjectRe: modutils 2.1.71: Ouch, no kerneld for message 2147418113
> Got me too. Set BSD Unix Domain Sockets in the networking part of
> config.

Does that mean that Unix-domain sockets are disabled by default? Why on
earth would anyone NOT want Unix-domain sockets on a machine, except to
build one of these really-really-stripped-down boxes?

Unix-domain sockets should be there normally, unless you go out of your
way to disable them... they're part of the expected Unix semantics.

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Roger Espel Llima
espel@llaic.u-clermont1.fr, espel@unix.bigots.org
http://www.eleves.ens.fr:8080/home/espel/index.html

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