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SubjectRe: [BUG?] vtund broken by tun driver changes in 2.4.6
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Recompile your VTUND daemon with the new kernel headers (and also updated to
2.5 vtund, it has some small patches) and you will be fine.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ryan Mack" <rmack@mackman.net>
To: <max_mk@yahoo.com>
Cc: <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2001 1:02 AM
Subject: [BUG?] vtund broken by tun driver changes in 2.4.6


> I recently upgraded a server running vtund 2.4 (4/18/01) to stock 2.4.6
> kernel. It seems the changes to the tun driver have broken vtund. Now my
> syslog gets filled with the following messages when a client attempts to
> connect:
>
> Jul 5 10:15:53 mackman vtund[4011]: Session
> mackman-vpn[64.169.117.25:2359] opened
> Jul 5 10:15:53 mackman vtund[4011]: Can't allocate tun device. File
> descriptor in bad state(77)
> Jul 5 10:15:53 mackman vtund[4011]: Session mackman-vpn closed
> Jul 5 10:16:04 mackman vtund[4014]: Session
> mackman-vpn[64.169.117.25:2360] opened
> Jul 5 10:16:04 mackman vtund[4014]: Can't allocate tun device. File
> descriptor in bad state(77)
> Jul 5 10:16:04 mackman vtund[4014]: Session mackman-vpn closed
>
> Eventually the client gives up. Do you have any suggestions or know of
> any fixes?
>
> Thanks, Ryan Mack
>
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