Subject: Re: AppleTalk DDP network data not working under 1.4.2
To: Stephen Welker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: PER4MANCE, J. Dolecek <email@example.com>
Date: 04/26/2000 19:06:12
This bug has been fixed by Manuel Bowyer recently. You need
rev. 1.62 of sys/net/if.c - you can get it either by cvsweb,
anoncvs, ftp or sup. If plain if.c won't be okay on 1.4.2,
just grab the diff between 1.61 and 1.62 of sys/net/if.c
and apply it to your 1.4.2 tree.
Stephen Welker wrote:
> Upgraded from NetBSD/i386 1.4.1 to 1.4.2 and the classic AppleTalk services
> do not work any more (ie do not appear in the Macintosh's chooser).
> These services are the DDP services part of AppleTalk. The IP part of
> AppleTalk/AppleShare services continue to work fine.
> I am using Netatalk 1.4.2b+asun2.1.4-37 (&39_test).
> To confirm that the problem was 1.4.2, I downgraded to 1.4.1 and all
> services work fine again. Prior to the downgrade, I recompiled the 1.4.2
> kernel, thinking that it my be a generic kernel problem, but alas it did not
> Has there been a change that requires an extra configuration step to enable
> these services again?
> I am happy to investigate further the problem and log a "bug" report as
> Stephen Welker