Subject: Re: i386 NetBSD port of tcpdump ?
To: Matthew B. Wood <email@example.com>
From: Michael Graff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/25/1996 19:28:07
>I'm no C whiz by any means, and I'm wondering if anyone has ported the
>popular 'tcpdump' source to NetBSD. It does support 386-bsd, but even
>tweaking the Makefile and header files wasn't good enough, at least the way
>I did them. :)
tcpdump is standard...
>On that note, is there any common place to share porting data, even diffs,
>of software for us NetBSD folk? Every time I go out looking for a new
>piece of software, I find most of it knowing about NetBSD at all.
If you want to mail me diffs, I can set something up I think. I'm
sticking my neck out here, and I will be rather choosy about what I
accept. Like hacks suck and stuff. ;)
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