Subject: Re: ISO Transport.
To: George Harvey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andy Back <email@example.com>
Date: 11/01/1999 09:40:53
It was with your help some time ago that I managed to get bits (base,
vt, ftam, part x.500) of ISODE to compile and run on NetBSD/i386. At the
time I mailed the i386 list for help. I no longer have the modified
sources and thought Id try the tech-net list this time to see if anyone
was using it. Why does nobody use the lovely ISO stack/applications
(apart from euro die-hards)? :)
No flames please.
Anyway, I think I still have some of your mails telling me what to tweak
somewhere. I'll start with that and then pester people at work for help
before anyone else (Im not a coder).
George Harvey wrote:
> I am running a subset of ISODE on NetBSD 1.3.2. I needed an
> ISO CLNS transport service for a project so built the ISODE libraries
> and the sample tsap daemons. I haven't tried building any of the
> higher level applications, FTAM, VTP, etc.
> It was a while ago when I compiled it, I think I was still on NetBSD
> 1.2 at the time. It needed some minor tweaks to get a clean build,
> mainly related to the include files if I remember rightly.
> > Also, anyone know of another "free" ISO TP, X.400 or X.500
> > implementation?
> Not that I know of.
> George Harvey
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