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SubjectHow to programatically determine if policy-based routing is compiled into the kernel?
I have a product that is dependent on policy-based (source routing)
and would like to be able to scream loudly at install and startup if
policy-based routing is not enabled in the kernel.

Is there some way to determine this? Specifically, I'd love
a way to find out through the /proc system, but an ioctl or
similar call would be OK. I'd even settle for some other tool,
like 'ip', if I could just figure out what commands to tell it.

Thanks,
Ben

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