Subject: Re: divert socket?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Darren Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 10/25/2001 19:51:59
In some email I received from firstname.lastname@example.org, sie wrote:
> >> > > > "Optimization", from what I remember, seems to have been largely a
> >> > > > question of bumping up the buffer size, wasn't it?
> >> > > Ah, now that I look, bpf in -current is lagging behind output from
> >> > > tcpdump.org. Who's the maintainer of libpcap/tcpdump things in
> >> > > NetBSD ?
> in what sense? there's basically no difference.
Well, lets put it this way.
libpcap & tcpdump are evolving independantly of NetBSD and NetBSD should
keep itself up to date with those changes. Maybe you should have a look
some time, there are a growing number of differences.
Who's responsible for importing tcpdump/libpcap into NetBSD ?