networking fubar

Gordon Bergling gbergling at 0xfce3.net
Fri Jun 11 16:12:07 GMT 2004


re,

On Fri Jun 11, 2004 at 09:03AM -0700, Randy Bush wrote:
> >> as luigi pointed out privately, there is a new ipfw and i
> >> was running a kernel without the matching installworld.
> >> 
> >> now the question is how safe is it to run an installworld
> >> using yesterday's (or today's) cvsup?  yes, i know the
> >> answer is 42:-).
> > 
> > if you have newer sources as your last build I would
> > recommend to 'make world' again. If you have tried to boot an
> > old kernel?
> 
> i just cvsupped and am building kernel and world.  so that i
> can have the latest versions when i whine:-).
> 
> > you maybe uncomment ipfw in your kernel-config.
> 
> that is my normal.  but i suspect you meant the opposite,
> comment it out in kernel so i could [un]load dynamically,
> yes?

Exactly that is what I mean. ;)

	--Gordon

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