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    SubjectRe: Flood ping
    On Thu, 24 Sep 1998, Alexey Kuznetsov wrote:

    > Hello!

    Hi! :)

    > > 38831 packets transmitted, 781 packets received, 97% packet loss
    > > round-trip min/avg/max = 0.6/103.7/331.4 ms
    >
    > Your "ping" is broken.

    Then mine must be too.. :(

    > > which is really awful compared to the previous kernels that never
    >
    > Kernels 2.1.79--2.1.119 had "ping helper" in them,
    > which is removed by popular demand.

    Cute.. Where do I get a new ping? What was the nature of this bug? How was
    it worked around? I'm curious..

    I suppose I should just clear off this SLS box and forget about
    libc5->glibc2.. Aout->elf was bad 'nuff.. :)



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