Subject: Re: CMU ver 2.4.3 bootp program
To: Gregg C Levine <email@example.com>
From: Laine Stump <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/19/2000 01:21:38
The ISC dhcp implementation, included in NetBSD, already does bootp. Does
the bootp implementation you are discussing provide any functionality not
already in ISC's dhcp?
At 01:12 AM 7/19/00 -0400, Gregg C Levine wrote:
>Hello from Gregg C Levine usually with Jedi Knight Computers
>Just thought everyone should be aware of this one. I have a copy of the CMU
>bootp program group. Can't for the life of me remember which ftp server it
>was roosting on. It successfully compiled on my NetBSD machine. Well, sort
>of. It generated a number of warnings, my guess is that it was looking for a
>true UNIX host, rather then a BSD anything type host to compile on.
>Especially since the make file called the C compiler using a well known
>alias CC, which is what the Founders called their C compiler. I can make it
>available from my Micro$oft Windows box, however it'll be going out as an
>attachement. Unless there is space on the NetBSD host, for a contributed
>item, source only.
>Gregg C Levine mailto:email@example.com
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