Subject: pchar and ucd-snmp vs net-snmp
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From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/03/2003 01:46:00
i was upgrading (a chunk of) my installed base of pkgs this weekend
was dismayed to find that ethereal depends on net-snmp whereas pchar
depends on ucd-snmp, and the two can't coexist.
i opted to to build ethereal as part of my bulk-build, and came back
to pchar later. a quick tweak to the makefile shows that it can
happily build against net-snmp, and after a bit of testing, i can't
*see* any problems.
is there any reason not to switch pchar to net-snmp for real?
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