>> > I've been having problems with Appletalk in versions 1.3.6 on...
>> It > seems when I try to start up atalkd, I get a "Kernel panic:
>> skput: over" > message.
>> I had the same problem with 1.3.10. Cees de Groot
>> with 1.3.3 and 1.3.5, so I downgraded to 1.3.5. This cured the
>> kernel panics (It didn't start to work either, but that is an other
>> problem). Probably an incompability between netatalk (1.3.3b?) and
>> kernels < 1.3.5 exists.
Darko> I took a Linux 1.2.1 (two, not three) and did the things
Darko> described in netatalk 1.3.3b in README.linux. Then I did the
Darko> "make kinstall", compiled the new kernel and installed
Darko> netatalk: Everything works perfectly!
I'm running 1.3.3 without patches, and the netatalk goodies. While I
don't spend much time on it, and don't really test it thoroughly, it
_does_ work...a user can mount personal space using the chooser, and
there is also access (read-only) to a global space. I had the same
problems mentioned above with 1.3.8, and haven't had any real
opportunity to dig deeper, since it doesn't really apply to my job.
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