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Re: OpenBSD 3.3-current and i4b experiment
On Sat, 17 May 2003, Thorsten Glaser wrote:
> >Line 89 is, like most of isdnd.rc, copied from the example file. It reads:
> >usrdevicename = rbch
> >name would be bchan, so i tried that with negative result.
> Right, would be bchan. Thanks for noticing.
> Hm. Can you try using the following two files:
I tried them, with exactly the same results. Doing a grep
over src/usr.sbin/isdnd/*, i can neither find the string
"rbch" nor "bchan" in any of isdnd's source files.
How can that be ?
I'll have to add that the hdd i put into my router (just for now,
to hold the source tree) seems to be broken, so i detached it
and tried to compile the isdnd that was contained in your
isdn.patch.tgz outside of the tree. It seemed to work, but
now i wonder if that could cause the problem ?
I'm currently checking out another copy of -current to another
hdd and will try re-patching and rebuilding isdnd afterwards.
But somehow i just don't think that this would be the problem,
as i'd probably would have got error messages if there would
have been any missing components...
Any other idea ? Or can you send me a working binary if i'm just too
stupid to compile isdnd ?
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