Subject: Re: netatalk-1.4b2+asun2.1.3
To: Dirk Hoppe <Netzhaut@t-online.de>
From: Hauke Fath <hauke@Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE>
Date: 05/21/2000 13:19:02
At 20:04 Uhr +0200 18.5.2000, Dirk Hoppe wrote:
>I still have problems with netatalk-1.4b2+asun2.1.3. I built and installed
>it on NetBSD current 20000326, but I still can=B4t use it. These are the bo=
>messages I get:
>starting appletalk daemons: eon0: disabled. atalknbp_rgstr: Connection
>Can=B4t register bigmac: Workstation@*
>nbp_rgstr: Connection timeout
>Can=B4t register bigmac: netatalk@*
> nbp_rgstr papd afpd.
>May 18 12:36:47 bigmac afpd : Can=B4t register BigMac:AFPServer@*
>In the chooser of the Apple machines I can see the fileserver (bigmac), but
>I can=B4t log in.
on NetBSD 1.4.1, I found that Netatalk-asun would only work with the
"-router" option added in atalkd.conf, like
ae0 -router -phase 2 -net 339-342 -addr 339.3 -zone "Waldpark"
This is annoying because all your pre-System 9 Macs will pop up modal
alerts every time the NetBSD "router" goes away (e.g. crash or simply high
serial port load).
[Bill: This is a late reply to
>On Wed, 26 Apr 2000, Bill Studenmund wrote:
>> On Sun, 16 Apr 2000, Hauke Fath wrote:
>> > Due to some NetBSD quirk which according to Bill Studenmund is not a bu=
>> > but a feature (TM) I could only get Netatalk to work on 1.4.x when I
>> > configured it as a router. This is annoying because all the Macs
>> > on the net
>> > will complain every time the "router" appears to go away.
>> Hauke, which quirk is this?
-- please look up the thread "netatalk problems still" from Nov 99 in the
archives (I cannot provide an URL now, being connected via UUCP),
"It's never straight up and down" (DEVO)