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Re: Time to retire some ancient network pseudo-interfaces?
JT> I think it's time to retire some of the ancient network pseudo-
> interfaces that still linger in our tree. Specifically, strip
> and sl.
SLIP is still handy (if slow) for talking to equipment that lacks
a working Ethernet port. It might be handy for some of the embedded
applications that NetBSD is well suited to. I don't imagine it's very
large. Is it broken or otherwise a burden?
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