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SubjectHELP! Slip Interface losing packets. Looking for contractor to fix.
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Hello,


We have a custom compiled Linux Kernel running oh RHEL 3.1


[root@st0056_1 root]# uname -a
Linux st0056_1 2.4.21-32.0.1.ELcustom #12 SMP Wed Sep 14 11:55:22 EDT 2005 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux


We compiled in SLIP support using the standard RHEL kernel supplied by Redhat. Unfortunately, RH does not support SLIP. We are experiencing problems that we believe are a kernel issue (either SLIP or SERIAL) and are interested in hiring a contractor to diagnose the problem and provide a kernel patch to the kernel we are using (if necessary). We do not want to upgrade or change distributions at this time (business/practicality reasons).


If you are interested, please send an e-mail with your resume (doc, odf, or plain text) to 'gerald.edward.butler@gmail.com' (I'll provide a private e-mail address to interested parties).


The company website is here: http://www.sterlingjewelers.com/


Thank You,




Gerald Butler
Project Manager - Store Systems
Sterling Inc





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