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SubjectBPF in the kernel
> How Linux Kernel and BPF relate to each other:
> a) linux has BPF (I don't think so).
> b) Linux has own equivalent of BPF (part of NAT?)
> c) linux does not have anything like BPF
> d) something else (if so, then what?)

a) The Documentation/networking/filters.txt may say so but i dont think so

[root@localhost networking]# ls -al /dev/bpf0
ls: /dev/bpf0: No such file or directory

[root@localhost networking]# cd /dev/
[root@localhost /dev]# sh MAKEDEV bpf0
MAKEDEV: don't know how to make device "bpf0"

How can I make ethereal (or libpcap) work with LSF?



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