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Re: OpenBSD 3.3-current and i4b experiment / (un)timeout problem
begin electrogrammati illius Robert Porl
I know this, but Miod Vallat told me to rather port over
ISDN support from NetBSD.
So I did, and 13 hours after, I was finished - however
untested, and putting the "callout" API into the kernel,
that's why I don't send a diff to OpenBSD yet.
You can look at http://mirbsd.bsdadvocacy.org/ to get
the tree via anoncvs and pull out the changes (mostly
sys/netisdn, sys/*/files.*, sys/dev/*,
sys/kern/kern_timeout.c) or just try if MirBSD works
When I get the time, I will publish a diff for OpenBSD,
but don't expect it before autumn...
If it "works" for you (bsd.rd has ISDN support), please
tell me so. (hint: "/dev/MAKEDEV isdns" is needed, they
are not automatically created for a reason).
Willst Du wegen dummer User immer 'Ja, ich will' nach einem rm an /dev/tty
eingeben müssen? -- Bodo Eggert in de.alt.sysadmin.recovery