{B,C}LFS State of Things (was Re: SVN-20070706: ...)

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Jul 23 20:28:35 PDT 2007


Bruce Dubbs wrote these words on 07/23/07 22:06 CST:

> The other, iproute2-2.6.22-070710, is something we need to discuss.  The
> problem is with the packaging.  The package expands to the current
> directory.  The issue is what to do.  Here is what I see as the options:
> 
> 1.  Ignore the update for now.
> 2.  Use our own repackaged version.
> 3.  Add a note or other comments to to the iptables page
> 
> Both Dan and I have written to the iptables maintainer and have not
> heard any response.

Not sure what the "iptables maintainer" has to do with an issue with
the iproute package, but I'm guessing this a typographic error.

However, if the current update in the iproute package sucks and
doesn't perform to our expectations, then blow it off. What is in
the book works.

That means I vote for #1.

-- 
Randy

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