sebastien.maerten at iota.u-psud.fr
Mon Feb 9 03:15:36 PST 2004
> int socketpair(int d, int type, int protocol, int sv); is indeed
> in the kernel, specifically under sys/socket.h. It looks like your
> minimal kernel doesn't support socketpair() so you either need a new
> kernel that does support it or implement it in your kernel yourself.
Thank you very much for the explanation, however I'm not asking for
help, I can get nALFS working.
What I meant was: "Is there an option needed in the kernel to make nALFS
work? " if so, it should be mentioned in the readme shouldn't it?
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