Subject: Re: Various ramblings...
To: Monroe Williams <email@example.com>
From: Valtteri Vuorikoski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/23/1995 14:59:43
Monroe Williams has randomly hit several keys, resulting in
> >> this ever happen? I took a quick look at the netatalk sources, and it looks
> >> like the kernel stuff is just a Loadable Kernel Module, but it's written
> >> for SunOS; I'd have quite a bit of learning to do before I could even think
> >> about making a NetBSD version. (Do lkm's even work in NetBSD/mac68k? They
> >> don't seem to be enabled in any of the default config files...)
LKMs work, I've used ip_filter. Just add 'options LKM' to the kernel config.
> According to the docs, it implements an Appletalk protocol stack under
> unix, along with some of Apple's printing and file-sharing protocols. I got
> it from:
There's also bsdatalk,
o AppleTalk Protocol Stack for BSD
Of course, you could use uar (Unix Appletalk Router) which is a userland
program that uses bpf to do the Appletalk thing (munnari.oz.au:/pub/mac)
and CAP (ftp.rutgers.edu) to provide Appletalk services. A kernel/lkm
implementation would probably be more efficient, though.
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