Subject: Re: 10:ioctl(add/insert rule): No such process
To: Matthias Scheler <>
From: Andrew Cagney <>
List: current-users
Date: 02/22/2002 17:05:17
> In article <>,
> 	Andrew Cagney <> writes:
>> There appears to be a current-kernel vs 1.5.2 userland problem with 
>> ipfilter:
> Running a NetBSD-current kernel with an outdated userland has never been
> a good idea for various reasons.
> Please rebuild the userland to match your kernel.

Just so I'm clear on this.  What acceptable combinations are there?  For 

	1.5.<current> userland + <current> kernel
	1.5.<current> userland + 1.5.<current> kernel
	<current> userland + <current> kernel

etc.  There are incompatible userland (crtbegin, crtend) changes on the 
trunk that I'm desperatly trying to avoid :-)