if_tun failed to register

Michael Nottebrock michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Wed Nov 5 19:29:00 PST 2003

On Wednesday 05 November 2003 23:47, Antoine Jacoutot wrote:
> On Wednesday 05 November 2003 23:25, Brian Lynn wrote:
> > will be run at startup if you have any ifconfig_tun* lines in rc.conf.
> > You can see if ifconfig is the culprit by booting single-user and doing
> > ifconfig tun0 (it is only the first attempt that gives the error message
> > in question).  If so, the following (Untested!) patch would presumably
> But I don't have any "ifconfig_tun*" in rc.conf; although I do have the
> ppp_enable set on.

ppp will bring up a tun interface. Btw, what I was trying to say earlier is 
that this all really isn't a problem. If you compile tun into the kernel, 
this is what will be used and if you don't, the autoloaded module will be 
used. This is probably the reason nobody bothered to fix this yet.

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