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Subject[patch] net/ipv4/net.c
After reviewing the arp.c file, I made a couple of changes.  I fixed the
ip.ip.ip.ip0xNN breakage and also changed the printing routine. Since
the ARP mask is not implemented in the /proc file, I changed the length
formatting of it and the following dev->name entry.

e.g.:
- " %-17s %s\n",
+ " %s %-16s\n",

devname is 16 bytes long, 17 isn't necessary as there is already a
space. That is the last item. The first is always "*" in /proc/net/arp
and doesn't need formatting. The mask entry is currently "*" and this
format string will need changing once the u32 mask value is implemented.

On a side note, does it/will it be implemented in the future?

-d

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